Lamborghini is out of internal combustion game after 2022, says report

It's as good as the last breath of a pure internal combustion engine.   lamborghini We've known for some time that Lamborghini was planning to discontinue production of vehicles powered entirely by internal combustion engines, preferring electric powertrains. There was a lot of controversy and borrowing on the subject from enthusiasts, and they say it is only likely to get worse. As Lamborghini is now in the final year of ICE. Automotive News Sunday reports..     If you need one of these latest pure internal combustion engine cars and have some way of buying it, you're out of luck unless you already have one. Lamborghini also announced that it had sold the entire production line in 2022. The company has confirmed that the 2023 model will undergo plug-in hybrid processing, and by 2024. The first pure electric Lamborghini.  Receive Tour Newsletter Check out the latest trends in cars and automobiles, from supercars to SUVs. It is given on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  On one hand, it's a bit sad. Most Lamborghini characters have that snarling manic powertrain and while it's almost a given by now that their hybrid and electric models will be even more powerful, they may be missing out on a bit of that classic Lamborghini mechanical flair. ,  The folks at Sant'Agata are still working to finalize their final design for the first full-electric Lamborghini. Still, word in the schoolyard is that it will be a 4-door model with an emphasis on daily driving. It's much more than just being in hot bad badass motion because of the hot nasty badass speed.  Now let's face the reality of climate change and the future challenges of a massive and powerful naturally aspirated engine. Plus, celebrate your role in fulfilling the dreams of car enthusiasts of all ages. And remember most of us can't afford a Lamborghini anyway.

It's as good as the last breath of a pure internal combustion engine.

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We've known for some time that Lamborghini was planning to discontinue production of vehicles powered entirely by internal combustion engines, preferring electric powertrains. There was a lot of controversy and borrowing on the subject from enthusiasts, and they say it is only likely to get worse. As Lamborghini is now in the final year of ICE. Automotive News Sunday reports.. 

If you need one of these latest pure internal combustion engine cars and have some way of buying it, you're out of luck unless you already have one. Lamborghini also announced that it had sold the entire production line in 2022. The company has confirmed that the 2023 model will undergo plug-in hybrid processing, and by 2024. The first pure electric Lamborghini.

On one hand, it's a bit sad. Most Lamborghini characters have that snarling manic powertrain and while it's almost a given by now that their hybrid and electric models will be even more powerful, they may be missing out on a bit of that classic Lamborghini mechanical flair. ,

The folks at Sant'Agata are still working to finalize their final design for the first full-electric Lamborghini. Still, word in the schoolyard is that it will be a 4-door model with an emphasis on daily driving. It's much more than just being in hot bad badass motion because of the hot nasty badass speed.

Now let's face the reality of climate change and the future challenges of a massive and powerful naturally aspirated engine. Plus, celebrate your role in fulfilling the dreams of car enthusiasts of all ages. And remember most of us can't afford a Lamborghini anyway.

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