Today, Lamborghini reaffirmed its electrification strategy from 2021 — aptly named the “Direzione Cor Tauri” referring to the “brightest star of the constellation of Taurus” (Lamborghini’s logo being the charging bull) — that will see it electrifying its model lineup and decarbonizing its value chain.
As part of that strategy, Lamborghini says it reduce CO2 emissions 40 percent per car by 2030. It will achieve this through plug-in hybrids, like the newly announced Revuelto or the upcoming Urus, or full electrics, like the Lanzador concept. Whichever you choose, supercar ownership is about to get a lot greener.
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