Supercars cannot escape partial or even full electrification either. The successor to the Lamborghini Aventador ‘just’ gets a powerful 6.5 V12 again, but that twelve-cylinder is supported by no less than three electric motors that bring the system power to no less than 1,015 hp. The Huracán will also soon be followed up in a plug-in hybrid powerhouse. It is planned for the end of 2024. With the next generation Urus, however, Lamborghini is going a lot further in the electrical field. In conversation with Road & Track has said none other than Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann that the Urus will be succeeded by an electric model in 2029. That the second generation Urus will be an EV is secretly no surprise. The Urus shares its technical basis with, among others, the Porsche Cayenne and today it was announced that the next generation Cayenne will be an EV. The silhouette of the first electric Lamborghini. The next generation Lamborghini Urus will not be the first all-electric car from Sant’Agata Bolognese. A year before the electric Urus arrives, in 2028, Lamborghini is already introducing an electric 2+2, a relatively high-standing two-door with a small rear seat. The current generation of Lamborghini Urus will be introduced to a plug-in hybrid powertrain before its farewell in 2029.