Lamborghini's combustion-engine models are sold out until the end of production, Stephan Winkelmann, the automaker’s CEO, was quoted as saying in Germany's Die Welt newspaper on Wednesday, as the sports-car maker transitions toward a pure plug-in hybrid lineup.
Order books for its Huracan and Urus models are full, marking the end of production of combustion-engine-only vehicles for the company, Winkelmann, head of the Volkswagen Group unit, said.
Lamborghini announced last July it would invest at least 1.8 billion euros ($2 billion) to produce a plug-in hybrid lineup by 2024 and more to bring out its full-electric model by the end of the decade.
Winkelmann told Die Welt the combustion engine models would be replaced by plug-in hybrids in 2024 and 2025, adding that he expected the plug-in hybrid Revuelto model to be sold out by the end of 2025.
The automaker saw record sales last year and was aiming for a "very good result" this year again, he added.