CEO of Lamborghini supercars rejects hybrids

CEO of Lamborghini supercars rejects hybrids

Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini, returned to position contrary to the idea that the supercars should use hybrid technology. Speaking to Car Advice website, the executive sees some problems in the dissemination of this proposal.

"What you see today in the world of hybrids is not something that can be applied to conventional production cars is the high cost, either by excess weight," Winkelmann said.

Without ruling out the possibility of one day joining the hybrid models, the CEO made a point of saying that while it is possible, in technological terms, will remain true to the DNA of the Lamborghini developing models with naturally aspirated engines.

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