We can dare say that it also features some angular lines, which would be a logical move since it needs to somewhat resemble the Revuelto electrified supercar, which recently replaced the discontinued Aventador. We expect some design traits to be adopted by the Huracan's successor, which is due in the second half of next year, according to CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
As for this mysterious Lamborghini, it will be shown tomorrow (August 18, 2023) at the Monterey Car Week. Truth be told, the Italian car marque refers to it as being a prototype. However, it is probably safe to call it a concept, considering that it previews a production vehicle, the brand's fourth model, which will hit the assembly line before the end of the decade. It will feature a battery-electric powertrain, Lambo has announced, and it will be an important step into the zero-emission future for the auto firm.
Now, the long-awaited fourth model is not the only upcoming product in Lamborghini’s portfolio. As we already told you, they are also preparing the successor the Huracan, which was scooped several times, partially revealing the new design from beneath the trippy camouflage. This exotic will sport an electrified powertrain, likely mixing a twin-turbo V8 with one or more electric motors, and it is roughly a year away from its official unveiling. It is believed to rock around 850 hp combined, which would give it an advantage over its predecessor without jeopardizing the Revuelto.
Another product that is in the making at Lambo is the plug-in hybrid version of the Urus. It too is due next year, and will probably share the powertrain with that of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. However, unlike its German cousin, which has 657 horsepower (666 ps/490 kW) in total produced by the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8, the Urus PHEV could be a bit punchier. Reports speak of approximately 700 horsepower combined, which could be metric, thus translating to 690 hp or 515 kW. It remains to be seen just how powerful the electrified version of the Urus will be, but in the meantime, what body style do you think the mysterious vehicle has? We lean towards a crossover, with an Estoque-like styling by the looks of it.