Wednesday, July 8, 2020
News Four-Door Lamborghini Electric Vehicle Planned for 2025

Four-Door Lamborghini Electric Vehicle Planned for 2025

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.

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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.

Lamborghini Estoque Concept
Lamborghini Estoque Concept

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar
Lamborghini Sian hybrid supercar

Source: Autocar

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