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May 19, 2021

Lamborghini To Go Fully Electrified By 2024

Lamborghini presented “Direzione Cor Tauri” (Towards Cor Tauri), its road map of future Lamborghini models that point to one thing: sustainability.

Cor Tauri will comprise of three phases:

The first (2021-2022) will continue to celebrate the combustion engine, paying tribute to Lamborghini’s recent period of continuous success. With that, they have confirmed that two new cars, both carrying its signature V12 will be announced within the year.

The second phase (by the end of 2024), Lamborghini will launch its first hybrid series production car. By the end of 2024, the entire range will be electrified. Regardless, performance and an “authentic Lamborghini driving experience” will remain the focus of its engineers and application of lightweight materials will be crucial in compensating for the added weight due to electrification.

By the third phase (latter half of 2020s), the carmaker will introduce its first fully-electric car, with possibly a fourth all-new model (also fully-electric) in the range after that.

The Italian supercar maker is also committed to reducing its emissions throughout its production and supply chain. This is after its Sant’Agata Bolognese manufacturing site achieved CO2 neutral certification in 2015, a feat it has maintained even if the production site was doubled in size over the recent years.

Lamborghini will spend more than 1.5 billion euros over four years for its shift to electrification.

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