Italian automaker Lamborghini has unwrapped its electric car concept called the Lamborghini Lanzador. The four-seater electric crossover SUV concept previews the carmaker’s first fully electric model and its design draws a resemblance to other models from the brand’s portfolio.
The Lanzador is not one of Lamborghini’s regular beauties, and it is a long cry from the company’s last four-door concept, the Estoque. It does, however, mix in with other Lamborghinis. The front of the Lanzador, for example, resembles the Urus thanks to its high-mounted bumper, pointed snout, and similarly formed air dams. However, unlike the Urus, these air dams appear to have closed panels.
Lamborghini Lanzador Exterior
It has a blended design on the sides. While it has squarish wheel arches and side cladding like the Urus, its body form, with its elegant design and expanded rear end, recalls the carmaker’s sports vehicles. It looks to be a cross between a Huracan and a Urus.
The big bumper, sharp cuts on the bulging rear profile, and elegant air dams on the sides all contribute to this crossover’s strong appearance. It also has a three-insignia tail light design, similar to the Sian FKP 37.
The Lanzador idea appears futuristic from the inside. The black dashboard has silver and gold accents and bends in the centre. The steering wheel is colored similarly, and behind it is a completely digital instrument cluster. While there is no infotainment display in the center, there is one for the front passenger. A center tube with simple geometric switchgear completes the futuristic cockpit design.
Lamborghini Lanzador Interior
Sporty bucket chairs in grey and gold are provided for all passengers in the design. While these seats suit the interior design, the production-spec Lanzador will most likely have more traditional seats to accommodate passengers while still providing a racing thrill.
Lamborghini Lanzador Powertrain
There isn’t much information available regarding the battery pack that powers the Lanzador right now, but Lamborghini has confirmed that it has two electric motors, one on each axle, providing the Lanzador all-wheel drive. According to Lamborghini, this electric motor configuration produces more than one megawatt, which equates to more than 1360 horsepower, making it the most powerful Lamborghini model to date.
A Lamborghini EV is about more than simply peak performance; it’s also about range and aerodynamics. As a result, the Lanzador incorporates a fresh use of the marque’s active aero systems, such as the front air shutter and moveable splitter. For increased downforce, thin airblades might protrude from the sides and diffuser at the back.
The Lamborghini Lanzador idea, as an electric vehicle of the future, is built with a variety of ecologically produced and repurposed components. The cabin incorporates parts produced from 3D-printed recycled fibers as well as regenerated carbon to decrease the consumption of new carbon fiber while maintaining the material’s strong and lightweight qualities.
Lamborghini Lanzador Launch
Lamborghini will show the production-ready variant of the Lanzador by 2028, with significant aesthetic and interior improvements. However, the general shape and proportions of the EV may be pretty close to this proposal. When it is released, it will be Lamborghini’s first road-going electric car, competing with the Tesla Model X, Lucid Gravity, and Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo.
On the occasion of the introduction of the brand’s first glimpse of its fourth model, Lamborghini Chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann commented, “For us, the fourth model is the absolutely logical extension of the existing portfolio – the perfect link between Urus and our super sports cars.”