Lamborghini pure combustion engine models sold out: reports

    Lambo chief expects the Revuelto hybrid supercar to be sold out by 2025.

    Published On Jul 07, 2023 05:13:00 PM


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    Lamborghini's pure combustion engine models are sold out till the end of production, according to a WELT newspaper report, as the carmaker moves towards a hybrid-only line-up.

    Order books for the Huracan and Urus are full, as pure combustion engine vehicle production comes to an end, said Lamborghini’s chief executive officer Stephan Winkelmann.

    Lamborghini announced last July that it would be investing at least 1.8 billion euros (USD 2 billion) towards its hybrid line-up by 2024, and increase that investment to bring out its fully electric model by the end of the decade.

    Winkelmann told WELT that the combustion-engined models would be replaced by plug-in hybrids in 2024 and 2025, and added that he expects the hybrid Revuelto to be sold out by the end of 2025.The carmaker saw record sales last year and was aiming for a "very good result" this year as well, he added.

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    Lamborghini sales grew 33 percent last year with 92 units sold. The sales were split 60:40 between the Urus and its supercars. To read more on that, click here.

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