Lamborghini Considers Going Green, Open To Building Electric Supercar
Lamborghini announces that it is open to building an electric supercar to promote going green. Known for building high-revving, naturally-aspirated V10 and V12 engines, the luxury brand vehicle now states that a battery-powered supercar could be in its future. Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali confirms that the company is thinking of adding an all-electric car to its lineup, but it won't happen right away.
"Electrification is an area of great attention for us, but I'm not expecting it will happen in the short term," Domenicali affirms in a recent interview. He adds that the company needs to be realistic saying that the supercar Raging Bull is unlikely to go full-electric before 2025. An electric supercar would need to be as fast, as light, and as sharp to drive as a V10- or V12-powered model without costing significantly more.
According to the Car Buzz, despite obstacles in going green, some speculate that Lamborghini is secretly working on an electric supercar under the code name "Vitola." The rumors could be true because they were based on the assumption that Lamborghini is planning to borrow the powertrain from the 600 horsepower from Porsche Mission-E concept. Although electric drivetrains have come a long way in the past ten years, the technology required to make an electric supercar doesn't exist yet.
This makes some people doubtful of Lamborghini's effort to go green, since the brand name stands for suave luxury and awesome revving sound. According to the Left Lane, there is no way that an EV could replace the sound of Lamborghini's V10 and V12 engines, but perhaps the company could do its magic and find a way to make an electric car sound good. Who knows, maybe the car company can build an electric supercar which could be one of the quickest cars on the planet.
Get Rid Of Unhealthy Belly Fat Using Dr. Oz's Trick
Dr. Oz reveals how you can get rid of dangerous belly fat without going to the gym. The celebrity doctor recommends that people start trimming down belly fat to avoid a host of serious chronic diseases.
Resurrecting Dead People Using Stem Cells Given The Green Light
A biotech company will attempt to resurrect dead people using stem cells starting this year. The Lazarus project was given the green light to reanimate dead brain cells using a groundbreaking procedure..
Cancer Hot Spots Identified In Florida
Florida has been identified as a cancer hot spot by researchers in a new study. Scientists find a strong association between cancer incidence and number of hazardous waste sites in the state.
Lamborghini Alpha-One Is A Luxury Smarphone Costs $2,450, Does It Worth?
Lamborghini has launched an Android-powered smartphone namely ‘Alpha-One,' which is priced at $2,450.
The New Aventador S Is Lambhorgini's Most Fun Supercar Ever
Anyone who gets to drive the $422,000 Lamborghini Aventador S will get a kick out of it.
Lamborghini To Use Carbon Fiber For Next-Gen Prosthetics Research
Like airplane and helicopter, Lamborghini relies heavily on advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber to make its cars as light as possible. It handles every step of the production process in-house; its engineers call this a building block approach.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
How To Keep Your Zoom Settings Safe Amid The Evident Lack Of Cybersecurity The App Is Offering
Zoom users in threat of leaking private information due to the application's cybersecurity flaws
[Viral] Emotional Video Shows Nurses Thanking Citizens For Their Support
A recent emotional video has been released by some nurses in order to thank everyone for doing their part and for the support they have received as they brave the front lines fighting this virus.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Goes Live On PS4: Here's What You Should Know As You Dive In To The World Of Midgar And Begin Your Adventure
The release of Final Fantasy VII is finally here! Start your adventure and hack and slash your enemies to bits