A new Lamborghini electric vehicle with four doors and four seats is rumored by 2025.
Lamborghini is apparently hard at work on a four-door, 2+2 grand touring and fully electric GT sedan. The car could debut in 2025 and be inspired by the 2008 Estoque concept.
The new Lamborghini EV would likely used a range of parts and features taken from other vehicles built by Volkswagen-owned luxury divisions such as the Porsche Taycan and upcoming Audi e-tron GT.
Not only would the Lamborghini electric vehicle in question become the Italian automaker’s fourth model and first sedan, it would also become its first-ever all-electric car.
The news comes from Autocar which spoke with Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini’s R&D boss.
“If you look at the timing for a fourth model line, there is the potential that this will be the right time for a full-electric vehicle,” said Reggiani.
Volkswagen has developed a new platform specifically for for luxury EVs called the PPE architecture which is used by the Taycan as well as the future Audi e-tron GT. A Lamborghini EV based off of this structure would make a lot of sense as it would give the automaker the ability to build a performance vehicle with an electric powertrain without starting from scratch.
Lamborghini unveiled its first hybrid last month in Frankfurt when it took the wraps off the Sian. The latter is a limited edition model, however, while this new EV appears headed for mass production. Well, mass production for a Lambo anyway.