Report: Aventador Replacement May Go Hybrid

Report: Aventador Replacement May Go Hybrid

0 comments 📅23 January 2018, 13:45

Although Lamborghini has so far managed to place out against the wave of electrification, it may soon have to give in to hybrid technology.

When the Aventador is in fine replaced, according to a report from Motor Authority, Lamborghini’s V12 flagship is able to inherit a degree of electrification.

“With the new Aventador we must decide what inclination be the future of the super sports car in terms of electric contribution,” Maurizio Reggiani, R&D director, told Motor Authority. “What way to look after the weight coming from electrification, and to be able to guarantee every way to have the DNA of a super sports car.”

Regard for being averse to electrification because of the weight it adds, it was never really a dubiousness of if the brand would go electric, but rather when. As part of the VW Crowd, Lamborghini was subject to an order from on high to electrify as much of the range as imaginable.

In fact, Porsche is developing an all-electric supercar platform that both Audi and Lamborghini are fitting to use in the future.

The electric propulsion that the Aventador’s replacement uses will be milder, but, and could range from a “mild-hybrid” 48-volt system to a twin-motor clarification like the Porsche 918.

As the flagship, however, the replacement is likely to continue using a V12.

“Yes,” said Reggiani. “About V-12, I say, yes, yes, yes, yes,”

In the meantime, there’s inert life left in the Aventador. Somewhat outdone by its little brother’s Nurburgring lap enumerate, Reggiani hinted that it could get aero vectoring like the Huracan Performante.

[source: Motor Judge]

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