With the upcoming Lamborghini Urus confirmed to have hybrid power, Lamborghini seem to have been bitten by the hybrid engine bug, now confirming that the Huracan successor will also be a hybrid.
In an interview with Autocar, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali said that the next Huracan will need hybridisation, and that hybridisation is the answer, not full electric. This news comes after commercial boss of the company, Federico Foschini, stated that there was no demand for hybrid cars from Lamborghini customers. The commercial boss said that Lamborghini customers wanted performance from naturally aspirated engines, not hybrids.
The Huracan, which is currently powered by a 5.2L V10 engine, producing 602BHP, is due to be replaced by it's successor in 2022.