Italian supercar producer Lamborghini reported Tuesday that it will dispatch a completely electric vehicle in the second 50% of the decade.
Introducing a change program, Lamborghini, possessed by German firm Volkswagen, spread out “a roadmap to the decarbonization of future Lamborghini models and of the Sant’Agata Bolognese site,” its plant central command in Italy.
It said the following 10 years will see the organization change to creating crossover models before it dispatches a completely electric vehicle in the last 50% of the 2020s.
“Lamborghini’s electrification plan is a newly-plotted course, necessary in the context of a radically changing world, where we want to make our contribution by continuing to reduce environmental impact through concrete projects,” Automobili Lamborghini’s President and CEO Stephan Winkelmann said in an articulation Tuesday.
“Our response is a plan with a 360-degree approach, encompassing our products and our Sant’Agata Bolognese location, taking us towards a more sustainable future while always remaining faithful to our DNA.”
Lamborghini’s guide involves three stages; the first, for 2021 and 2022, see the organization stay zeroed in on burning motor models with two new vehicles in the V12 model line-up to be declared for the current year.
The subsequent stage would mirror a “crossbreed progress” that would occur before the finish of 2024. “In 2023 Lamborghini will dispatch its first crossover arrangement creation vehicle, and before the finish of 2024 the whole reach will be zapped,” the organization said.
“Execution and the real Lamborghini driving experience will stay the focal point of the organization’s designers and professionals in growing new advancements, and the utilization of lightweight carbon fiber materials will be essential in making up for weight because of zap. The organization’s inner objective for this stage is to decrease item CO2 emanations by half by the start of 2025,” it added.
The crossover progress would include what it called “extraordinary venture” with more than 1.5 billion euros ($1.83 billion) distributed more than four years, the biggest interest in Lamborghini’s set of experiences and one that it said would happen during “a time of significant change that is influencing the entire auto industry.”