Lamborghini are planning electrify its entire lineup in the late 2020. One of the mixture the pattern in the pipeline is a supercar that will replace Popular Huracán. Its name has yet to be revealed, but an unverified report is said to have outlined what it will be offered.
No need to cite the source, Motorcycle trend write that HuracánThe successor will reduce the size from a naturally aspirated V10 to a twin-turbo V8. If true, that’s a big deal: Lamborghini has proudly avoided forced induction for its supercar line, and the only turbocharged member in its lineup is Urus SUV car. According to the report, the eight-cylinder engine will be related to the unit that powers the Urus, but the two engines will not be identical. Motorcycle trend It is known that the turbos will be programmed to accelerate from 7,000 to 10,000 rpm, which is the high end in the rev range.
An electric motor installed between the V8 and the transmission will add a hybrid component to the powertrain, although figures such as horsepower and torque have yet to be released. An earlier report latch Total output stands at 850 hp, but it’s not official. We also don’t know if the car will be a standard hybrid or it will have a plug-in system, and whether it will use mechanical or all-wheel drive. Motorcycle trend However, it is believed that the model will be longer than the Huracán to accommodate the electrified parts of the powertrain, and we are curious to find out how Lamborghini will offset the mass of the hybrid system. The the battery Packing and motors will certainly add weight.
Lamborghini did not comment on rumor, and it has yet to reveal what will power the Huracán successor. In fact, that’s not done with the Huracán: the final road version of the car will debut in late 2022 as a hot off-roader (we’re not kidding!) called Sterrato.