Since the Lamborghini Urus was revealed back in 2017, it has been powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 and nothing else and if you do not have your order in you will not be getting a pure V8-powered Urus.
Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann has mentioned to the German newspaper Welt that the production run for the pure V8 Urus has officially been sold out. Should you fancy a super SUV from the Italian brand, you will need to be a bit patient and get your order in for the upcoming plug-in hybrid model due to arrive near the end of 2024.
As to what powers the electrified Urus only time will tell but we know the brand has a plug-in hybrid V8 setup which is used in the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. We suspect it will get a bigger punch to match the Super SUV.
The plug-in Urus will be the second plug-in hybrid Lamborghini after the launch of the Revuelto.
While hybrids serve as a stepping stone, Lamborghini ultimately aims for full electrification. The brand anticipates launching its first purely electric vehicle in 2028, which will likely be a practical everyday vehicle. This model will resemble the practicality of the SUV Urus but feature a sleeker design. The second-generation Urus is slated to go fully electric by 2029, following closely behind.