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Lamborghini announces all future vehicles will have an electric motor – first all-electric likely four-door car

Lamborghini announced that this year is going to be its last for purely combustion engine vehicles. Starting next year, it will only introduce vehicles with electric motors – starting with hybrids and plug-in hybrids. The CEO also confirmed that the legendary automaker’s first all-electric vehicle is likely going to be a four-door.

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Awesomely Weird Alibaba EV of the Week: A fake electric Ferramborghini from China

Tech bro and manly compensation jokes aside, how cool would it be to have your own supercar parked in your garage? How many young boys didn’t grow up looking at Ferrari posters or have at least one Lamborghini in their Hotwheels car collection? I for one never thought I’d actually own one… at least until I found this work of art on Alibaba. Though the more I looked, the more things didn’t seem to quite add up for this being a bona fide Italian sports car.

The first clue might have been that it was on Alibaba.

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Lamborghini thinks Tesla is bluffing with the Roadster, doesn’t see battery tech enabling all-electric supercars

Electric supercars, or hypercars due to their efficiency aspect, are becoming more common thanks to startups like Nio and Rimac.

Tesla now wants to take it to a new level with the next-gen Roadster and remove the halo effect of internal combustion engines.

However, Lamborghini, which is often the first brand that people think of when talking about supercars, doesn’t think that it’s going to happen as it doesn’t see battery technology enabling the kind of performance that they expect in a supercar.

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Lamborghini will make an electric plug-in version of its Urus SUV concept

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Lamborghini’s Urus SUV concept has been long in the making. The Italian automaker first unveiled it in 2012 and it has since displayed several iterations at motor shows. The company says that it plans to bring it to market in 2018 as its first SUV and surprisingly, company officials have now confirmed that an electric plug-in version will be offered.

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Lamborghini is reportedly building an all-electric supercar on a Porsche Mission E platform

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Lamborghini is reportedly attempting to dethrone Tesla for the title of the ‘Quickest Production Car in the World’ and it’s going electric to make it happen. Reports coming from Germany suggest that the Italian sportscar manufacturer launched an electric supercar program called ‘Vitola’.

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