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Lamborghini Lanzador Electric SUV Concept Unveils 1300HP with 23-Inch Wheels


Lamborghini has finally lifted the wraps on its first ever fully electric model the outlandishly styled Lanzador concept SUV. Set for production in 2028, Lamborghini Urus Plug-In Hybrid Coming in 2024, pure EV in 2029, the Lanzador showcases how Lamborghini is adapting its wild designs and extreme performance for an electrified era.

Even as an SUV, the Lanzador concept is instantly recognizable as a Lamborghini. Its sharply creased hexagonal body panels and yacht-like profile recall the brand’s signature supercar look. However, chunky 23-inch wheels and a higher ground clearance reflect the versatility expected from an electric luxury SUV.


Inside, the cabin further melds Lamborghini flair with a sustainable mindset. Jet fighter-inspired seats use 3D-printed plastic frames, while carpeting comes from recycled fishing nets. The leather surfaces utilize olive oil production waste-water in the tanning process.


Matching the radical looks is ridiculous power Lanzador four electric motors churn out a combined 1,341 horsepower. Hitting 60 mph in under 2 seconds seems plausible given Lamborghini’s reputation.

The Lanzador provides some everyday utility too with a 2+2 seating layout. Both rear seats fold flat to complement the front trunk for ample cargo space.

Lamborghini is playing range and battery details close to the chest. But the company states the Lanzador concept prioritizes long distance cruising and fast charging capabilities. Active aerodynamics help optimize range by automatically adjusting downforce.

While not the V12 roar traditionalists may want, Lamborghini insists the Lanzador will deliver an intoxicating electric soundtrack matching its extreme performance profile. Expect sci-fi spaceship sounds rather than pedestrian EV whirring.

Make no mistake, with its concept, Lamborghini is charging headlong into an electric future without sacrificing the brand’s core tenets of futuristic design and exhilarating performance.

The Lanzador may dismay some long-time fans. But it sets the stage for Lamborghini to turn petrolheads onto EVs starting later this decade. Lamborghini Pure Combustion Engine Sell Out, officially closes orders for Huracan and Urus, if the production version lives up to the concept’s audacious styling and specs, the Lanzador could shake up the emerging luxury EV segment when it arrives.