Lamborghini's New Supercar Could Go Hybrid: 918 And LaFerrari, Watch Your Asses

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At least its first hybrid might not be an SUV.

We talked about how Lamborghini would supposedly debut a new model at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this weekend. According to Road & Track, that was right. However, the model itself will apparently be much more than just a Huracan Spyder or an Aventador with a cool body kit and a "special edition" designation. No, Lamborghini is prepping a supercar to do battle with the likes of the Porsche 918 Spyder and Ferrari LaFerrari. What do those two cars have in common?

Well, both are more powerful than anything Lamborghini currently offers and both are hybrids. Now according to R&T, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann delivered the news about the new model while a source mentioned it would likely be a hybrid. Winkelmann also said two new versions of the Huracan are coming, with one almost certainly destined to be a roadster. Don’t expect to see any leaked images of this new supercar. Apparently only a select few will get to see it in hologram form. That’s right, the secret is so guarded—and perhaps the project in such an early stage—that only animations exist.

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