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Lamborghini teases 2+2 EV prototype ahead of Aug. 18 debut

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Lamborghini teased its 2+2 electric vehicle (EV) prototype late Monday on X (a platform that used to be known as Twitter), with plans to officially reveal it on August 18.

Set to be unveiled at one of the events during the 2023 Monterey Car Week presently taking place in California, Lamborghini’s prototype comes as part of the brand’s 60th-anniversary celebrations.

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Though the production version of the 2+2 EV will not see its launch until 2028, it won’t fall into the categories of supercar or SUV. Instead, it will represent a new body type, namely a grand tourer with 2+2 seating, becoming the fourth model line for Lamborghini.

The Italian automaker has previously ventured into 2+2 designs with models like the Espada, which will observe its own 60th anniversary in 2028.

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Lamborghini had also nearly introduced a contemporary 2+2 vehicle last decade, having given a glimpse with the Estoque concept in 2008. The EV prototype’s roof and shoulder lines revealed in the teaser share a striking resemblance to the Estoque, potentially suggesting that the new EV may follow its design cues.

At the 2023 New York auto show in April, Lamborghini’s Chief Marketing and Sales Officer Federico Foschini disclosed to AutoMotorMart that the forthcoming EV will offer at least 300 miles of range and spacious rear seating suitable for adult passengers.

Details beyond this remain scarce, including information about the platform the EV will be based on. Speculation points to Lamborghini adopting a modular design from its parent company, Volkswagen Group. This could be the SSP Sport platform currently in development by Porsche, a platform that has already been confirmed for a three-row flagship SUV from Porsche due in 2027, and potentially Bentley’s first EV scheduled for 2026.

While it has not been officially confirmed, rumors are circulating that Lamborghini may introduce a second EV in 2029. This new electric SUV could serve as the successor to the Urus.

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When will Lamborghini’s 2+2 EV prototype be officially revealed?

The electric vehicle (EV) prototype will be officially revealed on August 18, 2023, during the Monterey Car Week in California.

What type of vehicle is Lamborghini introducing with this prototype?

Lamborghini is introducing a grand tourer with 2+2 seating, representing a new body style. It will not be classified as a supercar or SUV.

When will the production version of this EV be launched?

The production version of Lamborghini’s 2+2 EV is slated for launch in 2028.

What details have been provided about the EV’s range and seating?

Lamborghini’s Chief Marketing and Sales Officer revealed that the EV will have at least 300 miles of range, and the rear seats will be spacious enough for adults.

Is Lamborghini planning to introduce more electric vehicles?

Though not officially confirmed, there are rumors that Lamborghini will add a second EV in 2029, potentially an SUV that could replace the Urus.

What platform might the new EV use?

Lamborghini may adopt a modular design from the Volkswagen Group, possibly using the SSP Sport platform being developed by Porsche, but this has not been confirmed.

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CarLover1984 August 17, 2023 - 11:00 am

Cant believe Lamborghini’s doing a 2+2 EV. This is huge! When can I pre-order?

ItalianStallion August 17, 2023 - 1:33 pm

Lamborghini doing a grand tourer? I’ve seen it all now. Would love to see how it looks on Aug 18, maybe some spy shots before then?? 😉

Speedster67 August 17, 2023 - 4:08 pm

Porsche’s SSP Sport platform on a Lambo, that’s gonna be something special. need more details on this, ASAP!

EcoWarrior August 18, 2023 - 12:32 am

Great to see more EVs, even from luxury brands. It’s the future, but 300 miles is not enugh. we need more range.

ClassicGuy August 18, 2023 - 3:26 am

The espada was a legend, hope this new one lives up to the name. why do we have to wait till 2028, want it now!

ElectricFan August 18, 2023 - 5:51 am

Finally Lamborghini’s getting more into EVs, 2028 feels like a long wait though :/


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