Lamborghini unveils Lanzador concept

Lamborghini has used Monterey Car Week to unveil its Lanzador concept, the car maker’s ultra GT vision for its first full EV. With a high ground clearance and 2+2 seating, the new model stays true to the brand’s unmistakable DNA.

The concept car fits in with the Italian super sports company’s “Direzione Cor Tauri” strategy and its roadmap towards decarbonisation and electrification, and is set to launch as a series production model in 2028.

The concept car combines the inherent performance of a Lamborghini super sports car with an enhanced fun-to-drive personality, plus the versatility of a car that can be used every day. It’s set to be loaded with technology too.

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The all-electric concept car features entirely new proportions and an unparalleled on-board experience via new infotainment features. Its design combines ultra high-performance elements of the Revuelto super sports car and the animated versatility of an Urus.

With electric motors on each axle, paired with all-wheel drive and e-torque vectoring, the Lanzador is expected to deliver more than 1000kW of power. The energy is provided by a new generation high-performance battery, which also ensures a long range.

The newly-developed Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) driving dynamics control system features, offering finer and more precise driving behaviour, with crucial innovations in hardware, control algorithms and software.

Active aerodynamics will also play an even greater role in battery electric vehicles than in super sports cars, helping increase the range per battery charge while also improving performance.

Precise downforce for higher cornering speeds and the lowest possible air resistance at top speed can be variably adjusted on the Lanzador, for the best performance in each case. Borrowing from the Huracán Performante and Aventador SVJ, it features a front air shutter.

A movable splitter opens brake cooling ducts and cooling vanes to achieve the best performance. Visually concealed louvres provide downforce without creating additional drag. Even the 23-inch wheels feature aero blades to minimise turbulence.

Thanks to an active chassis, including a steerable rear axle and air suspension, the Lanzador optimally tunes itself to every road situation or follows the previously defined setting of the driver’s style, set via the steering wheel.

Completing the look of the concept car is a special colour created solely for Monterey Car Week, known as Azzurro Abissale. Worth noting Lamborghini is focused on the future too, with an interior made almost entirely of sustainable materials, all made in Italy.

While high-end Merino wool dresses the dashboard, seats and door panels, the coloured thread is made of recycled nylon and plastic, while many non-seen components are constructed from 3D-printed recycled fibres.

Lamborghini plans to electrify its entire product range by the end of next year, shifting its existing models to hybrid technology, with this concept set to represent its fourth model. More information will be provided as the Lanzador is developed.

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