Lamborghini has announced its move to full electrification by the end of 2024, starting with a plug-in hybrid successor to the Aventador. And while the company is making sure to keep its commitment to their loyal fan base by releasing the limited-edition Huracán Sterrato as their last purely combustion-engine model, Lamborghini enthusiasts are already gearing up for the highly anticipated Huracán successor due late 2024. Although details are still scarce, we can expect the powertrain to be based on either a V-10 or V-8 engine and hybridized with one motor sandwiching the engine and transmission, and potentially additional motors for all-wheel drive. Let’s take a look at what we know so far about this upcoming Lamborghini Huracán model.
The Lamborghini Huracán successor is due in late 2024 and will be an exciting addition to the Lamborghini lineup. We can expect the same level of performance and luxury from the successor that the Huracán offered to its drivers. With speed, power, and style, the successor will continue to be a leader in the sports car industry. Stay tuned for updates as the release date approaches and get ready to experience the power of the Lamborghini Huracán successor.