Lamborghini fights to keep combustion engines after 2030 – –

Lamborghini’s CEO – Stephan Winkelmann – loves cars and hears his customers’ demands: to continue to offer exceptional and sporty supercars powered by combustion engines, even hybrid ones. The strategy is to rely on the arrival of CO2-neutral synthetic fuels. The objective confirmed by Stephan Winkelmann is to continue to manufacture Lamborghinis beyond 2030 with combustion engines.

The supercar brand belonging to Audi hopes to be able to continue to offer combustion engine vehicles, in particular through hybridization and future fuels that are more respectful of the environment.

“After hybridization, we will wait to see if it will be possible to offer thermal engine vehicles beyond 2030. One possibility would be to run thermal engines on synthetic gasoline. »Stephan Winkelmann told the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag.

The future models of the Sant’Agata Bolognese brand (the replacement for the Aventador, the Urus and the future Huracan) will be powered by hybrid units in the years to come, then from the middle of this decade a first model entirely electric based on the PPE platform common to Audi and Porsche will be launched. The new models will have to comply with the future Euro 7 standard which is currently under development and which will be deployed from 2025 throughout the European Union.


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