Lamborghini Huracán successor to downsize to turbo V-8?


Lamborghini’s lineup shall be totally electrified by the top of 2024, with the Urus and the successors to the Aventador and Huracán all anticipated to undertake plug-in hybrid powertrains.

The Aventador successor will come first. Already noticed in prototype type, it is due in 2023 with an up to date model of the Aventador’s platform and a newly developed V-12.

A plug-in hybrid Urus utilizing a twin-turbo V-8 because the internal-combustion element can also be anticipated to reach in 2023, with the Huracán successor to observe in 2024.

Based on a report from Motor Development printed final week, the Huracán successor will even function a twin-turbo V-8 as its internal-combustion element, versus a model of the Huracán’s V-10.

Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica

Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica

The brand new supercar will even reportedly use an up to date model of the Huracán’s platform, which is sensible since there will not be a associated Audi mannequin to unfold prices. The Huracán’s Audi R8 twin is predicted to swap to an electrical platform for its successor.

Curiously, the Motor Development report factors to the Huracán successor’s V-8 solely utilizing its turbochargers between 7,000 rpm and a ten,000-rpm redline, that means the engine will carry out like a naturally aspirated unit more often than not.

As for the hybrid element, there may be anticipated to be a single electrical motor sandwiched between the engine and transmission, and presumably a motor on the entrance axle to type an all-wheel-drive system as an alternative of a standard middle differential.

Regardless of the upcoming arrival of the Huracán successor, Lamborghini hasn’t completed launching new variations of the Huracán. In April we noticed the Huracán Technica and later this 12 months there shall be a high-riding Huracán doubtless dubbed the Sterrato.


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