Browse over 9,000 car reviews

Lamborghini Urus plus Huracan and Aventador replacements to go hybrid by 2025, first electric supercar to follow soon after

The Sian was Lamborghini’s first step into the hybrid era.

Lamborghini has given into the inevitable and announced its range-wide electrification plans for the next decade.

Following the mild-hybrid Sian coupe that was revealed in September 2019, Lamborghini will expand its hybrid range with a new model in 2023.

It’s expected to be a plug-in hybrid version of the Urus super SUV, likely a pumped-up version of the related Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid’s powertrain, which combines the shared 4.0-litre twin-turbo petrol V8 with an electric motor.

And then by 2025, the replacements for the entry-level Huracan and Aventador supercars will make their debut with some form of electrification, with the latter set keep the famous V12 alive for at least one more generation.

But the big news is what’s happening in the second half of this decade: the introduction of Lamborghini’s first all-electric supercar, plus others, which are otherwise shrouded in mystery.

That said, the hybrid push alone will help Lamborghini to reduce its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 50 per cent by 2025.

Needless to say, the Raging Bull has lot in store this decade, so stay tuned. Time will tell if the €1.5 billion investment is worthwhile.