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Lamborghini Urus Performante | Image: Lamborghini

Get Ready for Electric Lamborghinis, All-Electric Urus Due in 2029

While Lamborghini is currently focused on the rollout of the new Urus Performante and Urus S, CEO Stephen Winkelmann has confirmed that an all-electric Urus is in pipeline, due to arrive in 2029.

“In ’28 and ’29 we will have our first two BEVs,” Winkelmann said in an interview with Road and Track. “We will have a fourth model, so today we have three models. It will be the first one to be completely a BEV car in 2028. And then in 2029, there will be the new Urus.”

The news comes as Lamborghini commits to its first BEV launch by 2028, with plans to launch its first ground-up electric car by the end of the decade – something that many believe to be a version of the gorgeous Lamborghini Estoque concept from many years ago. Winkelmann has also confirmed that the current Urus and Huracán will be hybridised in 2024, in a similar manner to the recently unveiled Lamborghini Revuelto V12 Hybrid.

RELATED: Behind the Scenes of the Lamborghini Urus Performante Launch in Sydney.

Lamborghini urus electric by autocar

Autocar’s rendering of what they think the electric Lamborghini could look like | Image: Autocar

An interesting caveat revolves around how the electric Lamborghinis will look since it is free from packaging constraints associated with internal-combustion-engined cars. It will give a bigger canvas for Lamborghini to create an even more otherworldly design with angular shapes along with a wild design theme.

Lamborghini has never been about being subtle and if the wild Revuelto is anything to go by, the future Lamborghini cars will continue to push the edges of car design.

For now, expect a plug-in hybrid Huracan successor by the end of 2024 to feature multiple motors along with its sonorous V8 (or potentially V10) powertrain. While electric Lamborghinis are coming, the supercar maker is very much adamant about keeping its flagship supercars alive with ICE engines and that will happen with the help of synthetic fuels. That said, with the entry of its new model and hybrid line-up, Lamborghini aims to cut down emissions by 80 per cent.

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Lamborghini Estoque concept | Image: Lamborghini

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