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Lamborghini Reveal New Electric GT Concept Lanzador

Lamborghini have unveiled their new design study concept for the upcoming Lanzador and it's a little weird. ...

Lamborghini have unveiled their new design study concept for the upcoming Lanzador. The strangest thing is how niche it is being a 2+2, raised ride-height electric GT. It’s not a SUV and it isn’t a saloon car, but Lamborghini believe the Lanzador will be the link between the Urus and their supercars.  

The concept is supposed to be a hint as to what the production car will actually look like, but Lamborghini insist that this concept is the “concrete preview of the production vehicle,” according to CEO Stephan Winkelmann.

To be fair, it’s not like there are any ridiculous design elements with the exception of the rear ride height. Adding to this is all the details they’ve released alongside the concept, which if it wasn’t at least somewhat set it in stone, Lamborghini wouldn’t have shared them.

Details include the inclusion of two e-motors, one on each axle that produce over a megawatt of power, roughly equal to 1,350bhp (1,007kW). It will have rear wheel steering, self-levelling air-suspension, and a “new generation high-performance battery, which also ensures a long range.” In terms of hard figures, we don’t know what the top speed will be or how long the battery range really will be.

 The new platform will be used by other high-end VW Group EVs but those used by Lamborghini will be tuned by them. They promise that they are more sensors and actuators working to ensure that fine control of the car’s handling. The system will be able to vary torque between the front and rear axles in milliseconds, and the “active e-torque” shuffles torque between the rear wheels.

The interior features a skeletal Y-shaped centre console and a “pilot’s unit” rotary control for the air-conditioner and infotainment screen. There’s plenty of storage space with a front trunk with made-to-measure luggage as well as the ability to fold the rear seats and raise the boot floor to create a flatter loading area. Interior materials include recycled plastic stitching, merino wool, 3D-printed recycled foam, and sustainably tanned leathers.

This concept has been revealed amidst record financial results for Lamborghini in the first half of 2023 with 5,341 cars sold (+5% vs 2022) and a profit of €456 million (+7.2%).

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