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Lamborghini Wants to Produce Gas-Powered Vehicles beyond 2030

Lamborghini, the luxury car company headquartered in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy is considering forgoing fossil fuel-powered cars and focusing on electric vehicles by 2030. This shift would be a major milestone in automotive history as it would mark one of Lamborghini’s first steps into manufacturing solar power and hybrid vehicles.

The “do electric cars use oil” is a question that has been asked for years. Lamborghini wants to produce gas-powered vehicles beyond 2030, and the company believes that electric cars are not the way of the future.

Lamborghini Wants to Produce Gas-Powered Vehicles beyond 2030

Lamborghini-Wants-to-Produce-Gas-Powered-Vehicles-beyond-2030Lamborghini (photo credit: Lamborghini)

Many of today’s leading manufacturers have already stated their intention to transition to all-electric vehicles in the next years, but Lamborghini does not seem to be one of them.

In an interview with German newspaper Welt am Sonntag this week, Stephan Winkelmann, Lamborghini’s CEO, confirmed that the company is very interested in keeping combustion engines alive beyond the next decade, despite having taken some steps toward electric with concept hybrid models like the Terzo Millennio.

“We’ll wait to see whether it’ll be viable to provide automobiles with an internal combustion engine beyond 2030 after hybridization,” Winkelmann added. “One option would be to use synthetic fuels to keep combustion engine cars alive.”

Lamborghini’s first completely electric car isn’t planned until the end of 2030. Ferrari, on the other hand, revealed last year that it plans to launch its first completely electric supercar in 2025, which is one of Lamborghini’s main rivals.

Lamborghini CEO looks for a future with combustion engines beyond 2030. (Reuters)

  • According to Volkswagen’s supercar brand Lamborghini’s Chief Executive Stephan Winkelmann, the company wants to keep combustion engines alive beyond the end of the decade.
  • Last month, Winkelmann said Lamborghini expected to introduce its first completely electric vehicle by the end of this decade, signaling a more cautious approach following previous statements that a release was scheduled for the second part of the decade.
  • Lamborghini, like Ferrari, Aston Martin Lagonda, and McLaren, is grappling with how to transition their ranges to battery power without sacrificing the high performance that underpins their premium price.

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