Lamborghini previewed its first full-electric car with the Lanzador concept that it says combines the performance of a supercar with the versatility of a car that is drivable daily.
The production version of the 2+2 grand tourer is due to launch in 2028 as Lamborghini's fourth model, joining the Urus crossover, Revuelto plug-in hybrid coupe and Huracan coupe.
"For us, the fourth model is the absolutely logical extension of the existing portfolio -- the perfect link between Urus and our super sports cars," Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann said in a statement.
"This is an all-electric Lamborghini that customers can enjoy every day," added Rouven Mohr, Lamborghini's chief technical officer.
The Lanzador concept was unveiled during the Monterey Car Week in California.
It has high powered electric motor on each axle, providing permanent all-electric drive and a peak power of over one megawatt.
The energy is provided by a new generation high-performance battery, which also ensures a long range, Lamborghini said, without giving details.