Lamborghini Lanzador electric coupe SUV isn’t due until 2028
The Lamborghini Lanzador concept previews the brand’s first electric vehicle (EV), but it won’t arrive in showrooms for quite a while yet.
Revealed overnight at the 2023 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the Lanzador is, as we saw in the leaks the other day, a lifted coupe with crossover elements, such as the wheel arch protectors.
Although the Lanzador looks production-ready, the company’s fourth model line won’t go into production until 2028, so a lot could change between now and then. Regardless, the new model will be built at the company’s Sant’Agata Bolognese plant, which will need to undergo significant expansion to make it fit for this task.
Standing 1.5 metres tall, the three-door Lanzador is around 300mm taller than a Huracan, but a little more squat than a regular crossover.
While the proportions are new to the brand, all the styling components are straight from the company’s modern design language, and there are no obvious hints there’s no V8, V10 or V12 engine on-board except for the lack of exhaust tips.
With the car’s launch a good five years away, Lamborghini didn’t provide any details about