This week, Lamborghini’s head honcho Stephan Winkelmann spoke to the Italian press about the way forward for the model. Lamborghini is understood for one factor: loud-looking automobiles and even louder engines. Sometimes, a kind of tenants will not translate effectively to the electrical age. Of all of the manufacturers turning electrical, we’re actually curious to see how a model so rooted in gas-powered engines handles the transition.
Now, we’ve some solutions, with Winkelmann talking on the way forward for fashions just like the Lamborghini Urus and Lamborghini Huracan. As for the Huracan, Winklemann advised Quattoruote that two new variants of the Raging Bull’s V10-powered supercar are coming this 12 months. Sadly, that is all he’d say on the matter. Fortunately, Winklemann was slightly extra talkative concerning the model’s Audi RSQ8-based tremendous SUV.
Winkelmann says the Urus is getting a facelift after a number of years in manufacturing. Our earlier spy photographs present the Urus EVO (a trim identify change is feasible), which ought to come fairly near what the refreshed mannequin will appear like. Sometimes, Lambo refreshes are fairly gentle, focusing way more on mechanical updates than aesthetic ones. Check out the Huracan EVO update, for instance. Or the Aventador’s seems during the last a number of years. We count on a lot the identical of the refreshed Urus.
Additionally mentioned was Lamborghini’s deliberate integration of driver help techniques. As a Volkswagen Group-owned model, we will count on the corporate to profit from improvements made by Audi and VW. Winkelmann advised the press that it goals to have Stage 4 autonomous driving software program by the top of this decade. Given the strides made by Audi in self-driving tech, we’re excited to see what that may appear like.