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Lamborghini LB48H Is The Perfect Hybrid Supercar

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As far as Lamborghinis go, there is one extremely important event that will mark the next company in the company’s growth. It is the 2019 Frankfurt Motor show where the marque is expected to launch the much anticipated Lamborghini LB48H.

This is not just a car meant to carry its own style but one that will also redefine the supercar maker’s next phase of life. It is Lambo’s boss Stefano Domenicali who around a year back confirmed that cars to succeed the Aventador and Huracan will utilize a combination of electric motors with high-revving naturally aspirated engines.

The new hyper whose actual production name might be Lamborghini Munico will carry a naturally aspirated engine with a 6.6-liter tank. This will be the enbler to get to 789 hp.

When the electric motor does its thing, it brings an additional 49 hp to place this Lambo at an 838 hp output. This is an immensely powerful machine that needs lots of thoughtful design language to help it achieve its highly placed ambitions.

Generally, electric components currently used on many hybrid cars are responsible for added weight. This is, however, a fast-growing area in auto production. The vehicle is limited to only 63 production units selling at $2.5M each. Apparently, all units have already sold out.

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