Lamborghini will release four new models in 2022

Lamborghini has set its highest ever delivery record in 2021 and its near 2022 production capacity has already been discussed. As per a recent report, we expect to keep the momentum going by releasing four new models including the latest edition of the bestseller. ,  Speaking of British magazine Vehicles, Lamborghini boss Stephen Winkelmann revealed that 2022 will be the last year the company will launch cars powered only by internal combustion engines. Everything that follows, hybrid or electric. But we're not there yet and Lamborghini has some interesting non-electrified products in the pipeline. You can see two developments of the Huracan, officials confirmed, and we have a rally-inspired model that our spy found a test in a snow-covered region of Europe. It seems to be inspired by a coupe with the V10 Sterrato concept engine (photo) that debuted in June 2019.  On the other end of the Furious Bull spectrum, it's a hot seller. The Urus gets its first major update. Interestingly, Winkelmann said the renewal will be split in two. Is this a hybrid model at work? Time will tell.  These are the four new models that Lamborghini will announce in 2022. However, unless the company has other surprises. Waiting for Aventador Lovers According to the same report, the successor isn't finished until 2023, so you'll have to wait patiently. When you land a plug-in hybrid powertrain built around the new naturally aspirated V12 engine.. another report says the model will be his. Never borrow the style cues offered by Cyan in 2019 or out of print rebirth Countach, announced in 2021.     “And there will be a sequel to Ursa and Urakan in 2024. [and will be] "plug-in hybrid vehicles". The vehicle is what engine powers the Huracan option, but the publication speculates that the model will remove the resonant V10 and shorten the V8. Interestingly, the 8-cylinder would have been developed in-house. It has a 10,000 rpm red line and can burn synthetic fuel. According to unconfirmed reports, the total power output of the hybrid system will be closer to 850 horsepower.  Looking ahead, the first battery-powered Lamborghini enters the range in the late 1920s as the fourth model line. Again, some details are stamped with factory approval. The EV is known to be in the planning phase.  “We are still in a strategic plan and we are putting all the numbers together. We're studying volume, geographic distribution, finance, all of these, but we have a pretty good idea of ​​where it will end up. I'm pretty sure I'll find a good solution, a good way to do it," Winkleman summarized.  He said: "Configuration, driving experience, braking, suspension and power-to-weight ratio are more important to electric vehicles than today's Lamborghini models. How it looks in the showroom is up in the air. Previous statements Report the battery-powered Bullock will take the form of a 4-door sedan. The 2 layout is of +2 seats, but nothing is set in stone.

Lamborghini has set its highest ever delivery record in 2021 and its near 2022 production capacity has already been discussed. As per a recent report, we expect to keep the momentum going by releasing four new models including the latest edition of the bestseller. ,

Speaking of British magazine Vehicles, Lamborghini boss Stephen Winkelmann revealed that 2022 will be the last year the company will launch cars powered only by internal combustion engines. Everything that follows, hybrid or electric. 

But we're not there yet and Lamborghini has some interesting non-electrified products in the pipeline. You can see two developments of the Huracan, officials confirmed, and we have a rally-inspired model that our spy found a test in a snow-covered region of Europe. It seems to be inspired by a coupe with the V10 Sterrato concept engine (photo) that debuted in June 2019.

On the other end of the Furious Bull spectrum, it's a hot seller. The Urus gets its first major update. Interestingly, Winkelmann said the renewal will be split in two. Is this a hybrid model at work? Time will tell.

These are the four new models that Lamborghini will announce in 2022. However, unless the company has other surprises. Waiting for Aventador Lovers According to the same report, the successor isn't finished until 2023, so you'll have to wait patiently. 

When you land a plug-in hybrid powertrain built around the new naturally aspirated V12 engine.. another report says the model will be his. Never borrow the style cues offered by Cyan in 2019 or out of print rebirth Countach, announced in 2021.

“And there will be a sequel to Ursa and Urakan in 2024. [and will be] "plug-in hybrid vehicles". The vehicle is what engine powers the Huracan option, but the publication speculates that the model will remove the resonant V10 and shorten the V8. 

Interestingly, the 8-cylinder would have been developed in-house. It has a 10,000 rpm red line and can burn synthetic fuel. According to unconfirmed reports, the total power output of the hybrid system will be closer to 850 horsepower.

Looking ahead, the first battery-powered Lamborghini enters the range in the late 1920s as the fourth model line. Again, some details are stamped with factory approval. The EV is known to be in the planning phase.

“We are still in a strategic plan and we are putting all the numbers together. We're studying volume, geographic distribution, finance, all of these, but we have a pretty good idea of ​​where it will end up. I'm pretty sure I'll find a good solution, a good way to do it," Winkleman summarized.

He said: "Configuration, driving experience, braking, suspension and power-to-weight ratio are more important to electric vehicles than today's Lamborghini models. How it looks in the showroom is up in the air. Previous statements Report the battery-powered Bullock will take the form of a 4-door sedan. The 2 layout is of +2 seats, but nothing is set in stone.

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