Lamborghini is moving to embrace the synergies available to it as a part of the Volkswagen Group and is now organized in the automaker's sport grouping, where it will be able to take advantage of some of the electrification groundwork done by sibling brands Audi and Porsche.
The supercar brand won't have a full electric vehicle until sometime in the second half of this decade, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann told journalists this year when the brand laid out its Direzione Cor Tauri plan.
Until then, Lamborghini will continue to hybridize its lineup — the last combustion-only Lamborghini is scheduled to be built in 2024 — and build a series of one-off derivatives to keep customers happy.
Huracan: The reengineered Huracan is expected to arrive in 2024, according to sources. Like the rest of the lineup, its V-10 engine will undergo hybridization as part of that reengineering process.