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Lamborghini’s V-12 Super Hybrid – Infused With Sian DNA And Prepped For A Sumer Debut @ Top Speed



This means that the recently unveiled Ultimae (yes, that’s how you spell it) will be the last non-hybrid V-12 supercar from Lamborghini.

The Sian FKP37, on the other hand, is the brand’s first mid-engine V-12 hybrid and the upcoming Aventador successor will use the same supercapacitor tech in a similar way. We also expect it will have an output in excess of the Sian’s 819 horsepower figure.

Winkelmann says two more models, based on the Urus and Huracan, will arrive next year. We also know that 2024 will bring the next-generation V-10 “Lambo”, so the one we see later this year will most likely be a sequel to the Huracan Super Trofeo Omologato. It could even be a Spyder version, but that’s something we’ll have to wait for to find out.

Lamborghini's V-12 Super Hybrid - Infused With Sian DNA and Prepped for a Summer Debut Exterior
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As for the Urus, 2022 will bring an updated version of it, which is expected to bring a plug-in hybrid version to the lineup. In fact, Urus test mules have already been spotted testing. The company recently celebrated 15,000 sold units of its Super SUV, which is also a spiritual successor to the LM002. We can argue about that last part.

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Here’s the kicker.

The V-12 hybrid model said to debut this summer will not be the Aventador’s successor. That actually comes in 2023 and it will feature a plug-in hybrid setup, according to CEO Stephan Winkelmann.

However, it will not be using supercapacitor technology, as it represents “bridge technology” and is not “green” enough to meet the ever-stringent emissions regulations, Winkelmann added. Because of this, future Lamborghini flagship models will feature a plug-in hybrid powertrain, focused around an all-new V-12 engine.

2021 Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae LP 780 – 4 specifications
Type V12, 60°, MPI
Displacement 6,498 cc (396.5 cu. in)
Bore and stroke Ø 95 mm x 76.4 mm (3.74 in. x 3 in.)
Valve per cylinder 4
Valve gear Variable valve timing electronically
controlled
Compression ratio 11.8 ± 0.2
Maximum power 780 HP @
8,500 rpm
Maximum torque 531 LB-FT @ 6,750 rpm
Top speed 355 km/h (220 mph)
Acceleration 0-100
km/h
[0-62 mph]
2.8 sec.
Acceleration 0-200
km/h
[0-124 mph]
8.7 sec.

Source: Autocar


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