Lamborghini’s announcement in November of 2022 that its first all-electric production vehicle was due in 2028 wasn’t exactly a surprise. Automakers across the globe are investing in the EV market and not even a hairy-chested, gas-swilling legend like Lamborghini is immune to the trend. 


But the surprise that came with that announcement was that the new electric bull would represent a fourth model line, rather than a variant of the Huracan, Aventador replacement, or Urus. Speaking to during the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, Lamborghini’s chief technical officer, Rouven Mohr, said that adding a fourth product line simply came down to the current state of EV technology, which isn’t quite there for an ultra-high-performance vehicle.

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Lamborghini Says It Is Not The Right Time For An EV Supercar

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