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Lamborghini choose right for future – Next Aventador will be hybrid?!

The next-generation Lamborghini Aventador will be a plug-in hybrid. Chief technical officer Maurizio Reggiani says, “The next Aventador will be naturally aspirated, 12-cylinder, plug-in hybrid.” The world is changing. The auto industry will either adapt or fail. It is good to Lamborghini for choosing the right way and doing it.   To this end, Reggiani

Lamborghini Huracan race Tesla Model X – VIDEO

The Lamborghini Huracan is one of the quickest cars on the road and there already been several duels against the Tesla Model S. But now his opponent is the Tesla Model X P90D. If one would expect, the Model X takes the lead... Carnovo The results for the 1/4 mile are: (according to Carnovo); Lamborghini Huracan – 10.69 seconds Tesla Model

Lamborghini sees its future in “Plug-In hybrid electric vehicles”

Lamborghini CEO not only admits PHEVs are the future, but confirms that the automaker is officially on board. According to The Drive, we should see a new Lamborghini plug-in hybrid in the form of the Aventador by 2021. After that, other Lambo’s will follow suit, beginning with the automaker’s Huracan. The best part about this announcement is that it’s

Tesla Model X P100D racing Lamborghini Aventador

Watch a battle between an electric SUV and a gas supercar The Tesla Model X P100D has crushed everything else thrown its way, so why not pit it against a vehicle that shouldn’t be beaten? Video description: It’s petrol vs electric for our latest drag race! The Model X P100D has left all other competitors in its wake when

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ: 759bhp: Like always; Venomous look

This is the Aventador SVJ, the ultimate V12 Lambo and currently the fastest production car. Lamborghini’s new flagship focuses on three things; aerodynamics, lightweight construction and increased power. Lamborghini will also be releasing a special SVJ 63 version of its new flagship. With a moniker designed to echo 1963 – the year the company was

Can we expect an all electric car by Lamborghini?

Lamborghini has plans for launching a plug-in hybrid version of the Urus SUV in the next 18 months. "Our target is to deliver a super sports car, and these specifications don’t exist with a battery package in terms of energy and power," Reggiani said. A battery pack suitable for a Lamborghini supercar should deliver more than 300

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Lamborghini Marzal concept revisiting Monaco

Before the Lamborghini Espada came to be, the Lamborghini Marzal previewed the distinctive wedge shape that was to come. The striking concept made its first appearance at the 1967 Geneva auto show but that wouldn't be its final stop. Unlike your typical concept, the Marzal has a richer history than most—royalty has piloted the car. On May

Lamborghini not interested in self-driving tech or going full-electric

Lamborghini is about fun. So says the company's head of research and development Maurizio Reggiani. That means self-driving capability is off the table; it also means an electric Lambo won't be a reality for some time as the technology isn't where it needs to be for a brand that has definite performance requirements. I interviewed