Lamborghini chose Monterey Car Week to unveil the Lanzador, a fully-electric concept car planned for 2028.
As part of the brand’s Direzione Cor Tauri strategy, this concept marks a significant step towards the decarbonization and electrification announced in 2021.
With an innovative Gran Turismo 2+2 concept, the Lanzador is equipped with two electric motors, one for each axle, providing all-wheel drive and efficiency in all driving conditions, on all surfaces, and in every driving style. The system delivers a peak power that exceeds one megawatt.
The driver can independently adjust the control systems while on the road via controls on the sports steering wheel, actively modifying the car’s behavior and creating their own individual profile. The new version of the driving dynamics control system, Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI), will give drivers freedom of customization, allowing them to modulate the active control systems to best suit their driving needs.
Active Aerodynamics is another key feature of the Lanzador, employed in the front and rear to maximize aerodynamic efficiency in the different driving modes. This technology enables the car to regulate airflow precisely, increasing the range in Urban mode and increasing downforce in Performance mode.
Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, remarked: “With this concept, we are ushering in a new car segment, the Ultra GT, which is poised to offer customers a new and unparalleled driving experience, one that’s quintessentially Lamborghini, thanks to groundbreaking technologies.”
The interior is a truly futuristic space, incorporating Lamborghini’s “Feel like a pilot” approach. The driver and passenger are accommodated in an ergonomic environment, with a light, slim control panel that makes it possible to actively modify the car’s behavior while driving. The sustainable materials used for the interior, such as merino wool and regenerated carbon fiber, demonstrate the company’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact without sacrificing the luxury and comfort typical of a Lamborghini. Some of the non-visible plastic elements, such as the foam in the sports seats, are made from 3D-printed recycled fibers.
Lanzador represents a true milestone for Lamborghini as the company continues actively working to electrify its entire range of vehicles and to achieve decarbonization. The new concept car is part of a broad strategy to reduce CO2 emissions and embrace a more sustainable vision for the future.