future the majority of vehicles it seems that are oriented clearly towards the electrification of their propulsion systems. All indications are that within a few years virtually all new cars will rely on electricity as a source of energy. However, the case of the supercars is not entirely clear, although it is quite feasible to follow the line of cars, more conventional. The Lamborghini Urus, the next model of the brand, also will have a hybrid version.
This model is not highlighted will only be the first SUV big production of the signing of Sant’agata Bolognese. Apparently, Murizio Reggiani, chief of R & D for Lamborghini, said to our fellow australians Car Advice that the future SUV will be available with a mechanical hybrid plug-in, and similar technologies will come to the rest of models of the signature.
we have Already seen as marks of the competition, citing, for example, Ferrari, or Porsche, used hybridization in some of their models to obtain better performance and reduce briefly to the much-persecuted pollutant emissions. therefore, should not pillarnos by surprise these statements of a senior official of the Italian brand del toro. In any case, Reggiani clarified that of time the supercars of Lamborghini not have recourse to this method, and we don’t see in the short term an all-electric vehicle in their range.
In any way, Lamborghini seems to be very interested in continue to keep your propeller V12, one of the few brands that can boast of this today. The future SUV will probably be the “guinea pig” for Lamborghini, with the that you will experience both the introduction of hybrid systems in as an engine taken from Audi with a system of supercharging by a compressor electric 48 volt, something to what is already used in the Audi SQ7. By the way, this Lamborghini Urus will have a lot to do with the variant most dynamic of the range Q7 of Audi.
Source – Car Advice