Lamborghini unveiled the Lamborghini Lanzador during the Monterey Car Week, a concept car representing the brand’s first 100% electric Lamborghini. The Italian automaker from Sant’Agata Bolognese had already announced two years ago that it would produce a new car, the fourth in its lineup. By 2024, all Lamborghinis are expected to have partially electric powertrains, while the fully electric Lamborghini is planned for 2028. The fourth Lamborghini model will be a two-door electric coupe SUV and will develop up to 1,359 peak horsepower.
Lamborghini has provided few technical details about the Lamborghini Lanzador at this point. However, it’s known that it will be equipped with a fully electric powertrain consisting of two motors, capable of producing “more than one megawatt of peak power,” which is over 1,359 horsepower, promising impressive acceleration. Lamborghini has also announced “significant range,” but it has not disclosed battery capacity details. Active aerodynamics will help reduce energy consumption, thanks to the Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva system, which adapts to the car’s needs, reducing air resistance or maximizing aerodynamic load.
The Lamborghini Lanzador also features an active suspension system with air springs, adaptive dampers, and rear-wheel steering that enhances performance and stability. Precise torque vectoring helps distribute power to the front and rear motors, adjusting power to the left and right to provide sharper cornering and balanced maneuverability.
Visually, the designers from Sant’Agata Bolognese have blended elements typical of the hybrid Revuelto with the Urus SUV. However, unlike the large SUV, the Lanzador Concept has only two doors on the sides, resembling a raised Gran Turismo with a high seating position and a 2+2 seating configuration. The wide flared fenders give the vehicle a more muscular appearance, and the wheel arches, as seen on the Urus, are designed to be more angular. The rear end is elevated and features a massive diffuser, while the taillights with their three hexagonal lighting elements are already familiar from the Revuelto or Sian.
The interior is futuristic and focuses on the essentials, following the “feel like a pilot” philosophy. The slim and lightweight dashboard is highlighted, and the central start-stop button with its red cover is reminiscent of fighter jets.