Lamborghini Confirms Arrival of All-Electric 2+2 Grand Tourer in 2028

Published on 29 Jul, 2023, 8:40 AM IST
Updated on 29 Jul, 2023, 8:40 AM IST

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The all-electric Lamborghini will have ground clearance than its other supercars and will be much more daily-driver friendly

Lamborghini has once again confirmed the arrival of an all-electric 2+2 grand tourer in 2028. The news about this specific model first broke out earlier this year, when the Italian marque laid out its plans for the future. For now, Lamborghini will hybridize its entire model range by 2024.

In fact, the Reveulto comes equipped with a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) setup based on a new V12 engine. This, by the way, is the first V12 plug-in hybrid supercar from the House of Sant’Agata. The company also recently announced that the orders received for the Reveulto cover more than two years of production.

There isn’t much to go on about the upcoming 2+2 all-electric grand tourer in terms of specifications, but reports do suggest that it will have more ground clearance than the usual supercar but it won’t compare to the Urus. Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann also stated earlier that this particular model will not be a crossover and will be much more friendly for daily driving.

Furthermore, there is a strong chance that the all-electric grand tourer will not make use of an all-Lamborghini platform but instead rely on the synergies of the mighty Volkswagen Group. Just like the Urus is closely related to the Porsche Cayenne, Bentley Bentayga, Audi Q7, Audi Q8 and the Volkswagen Touareg.

Could this mean a potential Lamborghini version of the Porsche Taycan or Audi e-tron GT? Perhaps, but since this technology is already available to the VW group, one would expect a 2+2 grand tourer earlier than 2028. Nevertheless, Lamborghini’s plans for the future look bright and we for one can’t wait to see what the future holds for the brand.

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