Huracan Evo: Lamborghini followed up last year's Huracan freshening with rwd variants of the coupe and convertible this year. The rwd models have a V-10 engine with 610 hp and 413 pound-feet of torque and a new performance traction-control system. Lamborghini says the system delivers torque when the vehicle is realigning after drifting or sideslipping.
In regard to pricing, Lamborghini has positioned the rwd models as the entry Huracan Evo variants. Deliveries of the rwd models began this spring. In December, Amazon Alexa integration will be available on 2021 Huracan Evos as an optional feature. The integration will be able to be retrofitted for 2020 Evos if customers wish to purchase it.
Aventador: The elder statesman in Lamborghini's lineup hit a production milestone this month when the Italian exotic carmaker built its 10,000th Aventador, in its ninth year of production. The Aventador's successor will be a plug-in hybrid model, but it's unclear when it will arrive.
2+2: Lamborghini is working on a new vehicle in the form of a 2+2 GT. In December, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali told Automotive News Europe that the company's target is for the model to reach the market between 2025 and 2027.
"We need to see what the available platform and powertrain options — including full electric — will be then within the VW Group," he said. "The only thing clear is that any Lamborghini model should offer the best performance within the group from that specific architecture."
However, it remains unclear what impact, if any, the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the vehicle's timing.
Sian FKP 37/Sian: Deliveries of the Sian FKP 37, with a production run of 63 vehicles, are underway. The hybrid hypercar is powered by a 785-hp V-12 engine, boosted by 34 hp from an electric motor to deliver a total 819 hp. This year, Lamborghini revealed a roadster variant, simply called the Sian, with an even smaller production run, 19 vehicles. Deliveries of the roadster will start in 2021.
Essenza SCV12: This summer, Lamborghini introduced the Essenza SCV12, a limited-run model intended only for the racetrack. It was developed with Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Italian exotic's racing division. It has Lamborghini's most powerful naturally aspirated V-12 ever, a carbon-fiber chassis, a sequential six-speed transmission and racing slick tires. Lamborghini will build just 40 cars. Deliveries will start in 2021.
Urus: How popular has Lamborghini's first SUV been since its 2018 global introduction? In July, the automaker built its 10,000th example. For the 2021 model year, it added the Pearl Capsule edition, which pairs a yellow, orange or green exterior with a glossy black roof, rear diffuser and spoiler lip. The interior also is two-tone. A V-8 plug-in hybrid variant of the Urus is planned, but it's unclear when the model will break cover.