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Lamborghini To Auction Final Aventador Ultimae, V12 PHEV Replacement Confirmed

The last of the last ICE-only V12s comes together with a 1:1 NFT.

“The end of an era” may sound like something a marketer would say, but the Aventador Ultimae fits the bill perfectly. The assertion is even more accurate for the production run’s final exemplar, which was limited to 350 coupes and 250 roadsters. The roaring bull is auctioning off the epilogue for the V12-only supercar from Sant’Agata Bolognese, replete with a 1:1 NFT (non-fungible token).

The successful bidder will also have early access to virtual previews of new Lamborghini models, giving them a glimpse into Lamborghini’s future. He or she will also be taken on a private tour of the company’s museum and have an online meeting with Steve Aoki and Krista Kim. As for the car, it will be based on the coupe with a finish gradually going from blue to black.

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It will be the final V12 supercar with a non-hybrid powertrain, according to Lamborghini. As you may recall, when the Felicity Ace cargo ship sank, 15 customer automobiles were lost, forcing the firm to resume manufacturing. Only once these cars have been completed will the final Ultimae be built, making it really the last of its type.

Lamborghini made another significant statement alongside the announcement about auctioning off the car. The Aventador’s successor has long been expected to be a hybrid, and now the exotic Italian company has confirmed that it will be a plug-in hybrid. Yes, the 12-cylinder engine has been verified, but it will now be paired with an electric motor.

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The Lamborghini PHEV will not be the company’s first electric production car; the 2019 Sian FKP 37 with supercapacitor technology will take that honour. The Asterion, which debuted in 2014, was the company’s first plug-in hybrid endeavour, but the electrified Huracan-based design with 910 horsepower never saw the light of day.

The solely naturally aspirated engine will be phased out after 2022, but not before the Huracan and Urus receive final ICE-only versions. On April 12, the “baby” mid-engined supercar with a pure combustion V10 will be unveiled, while the Super SUV with its monster twin-turbo V8 will be presented later this year. A high-riding Huracan Sterrato and another Urus derivative are also in the works.

After that, all future models are going to feature some sort of electrification before an EV arrives around 2028.

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Source: Lamborghini

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