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A Lamborghini Hybrid Supercar Is On the Way in 2019

What to Expect From Lamborghini’s Hybrid Supercar 

Have you heard the news? Word on the street has it that Lamborghini is developing a hybrid supercar, and according to Australia’s “Motoring,” it is set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2019. Though nothing official has been stated by Lamborghini and there is no official name, the report indicates the car is going by the project name LB48H and it will be a hybrid supercar. 

So, what can we expect from Lamborghini’s hybrid supercar once it’s unveiled? Again, nothing is official but Motoring has provided some insight into what Lamborghini may have in-store. 

Lamborghini to Unveil Hybrid Supercar at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show 

top rear view of terzo millenio ev concept with light up wheelsAccording to the report, just 63 of these cars will be built, and if you haven’t already pre-ordered one, it sounds like you may be out of luck until one shows up on the pre-owned market.  

Under the hood, it’s expected the hybrid supercar will be powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine that could be capable of pumping out 789 horsepower. But, remember, this is a hybrid, so the total power output could be higher than that once paired with the power coming from the electric equipment. 

As for design, it’s theorized the car could look something similar to the Terzo Millenio EV. That car was revealed some time ago as a concept model, so it makes sense that Lamborghini may end up carrying over some of those design elements for their production version of a hybrid supercar. 

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Like we said, nothing has been made public by Lamborghini, so we will wait until then before considering anything to be official. But, chances are, these details included in the report we referenced above are likely pretty accurate when it comes to what can be expected from a Lamborghini hybrid supercar. Be sure to check back to the St. Louis Motorcars blog for more automotive news.