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Lamborghini Driven to Release Four New Models in 2022

Lamborghini Driven to Release Four New Models in 2022
Lamborghini, in 2021, set an all-time delivery record. It is for almost all of its production capacity for 2022. That is already spoken for. There are plans to keep the momentum going by then releasing its four new models in 2022. This is based on a recent report that includes the updated variants of its best-sellers.
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Lamborghini, in 2021, set an all-time delivery record. It is for almost all of its production capacity for 2022. That is already spoken for. There are plans to keep the momentum going by then releasing its four new models in 2022. This is based on a recent report that includes the updated variants of its best-sellers.

Lamborghini Hybrid or Electric Vehicles are Coming

Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann did reveal that 2022 will be the last year the firm is going to launch only cars powered exclusively by an internal combustion engine. Moreover, it is everything that does after will be either a hybrid or electric. The Lamborghini does have a few thrilling non-electrified products in its pipeline. Moreover, there are going to be two evolutions of the Huracan. Also, the executive did confirm. Then, we are guessing that one is the rally-inspired model. It has been spotted testing in the snowy areas of Europe.

Moreover, it does look like the V10-powered coupe will draw inspiration from the Sterrato concept which made its debut in June 2019.

The hot-selling Urus will receive its first major update since its unveiling in 2017. There is going to be a facelift that will be split in two. However, it could be the hybrid model that is in the works. Again, time is going to tell.

Lamborghini – Four New Models

In 2022, there are four new models that will Lamborghini is going to unveil. That is unless the company has other surprises which are really up its sleeve. There are enthusiasts who are waiting for the Aventador’s successor are going to need to be patient. It is because it is due out until 2023. This is according to the same report. Thus, when it does land, moreover, it will pack a plug-in hybrid powertrain. It is built around a naturally-aspirated V12 engine. In fact, there are separate reports which do claim the model is going to be its own thing. In fact, it will not be borrowing styling cues from the Sian which was introducing in 2019. The sold-out born-again Countach did present in 2021.

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