The Lamborghini Lanzador EV concept has over one megawatt of peak output.
Lamborghini's aspirations to add a 100% battery-electric fourth model were highlighted today by the Lanzador concept at Monterey Car Week.
The high-ground-clearance grand tourer Lanzador combines Urus and Sián design with its own shape with 2+2 seats and 23-inch wheels.
It's not Lamborghini's first all-electric concept—that honor goes to the 2017 Terzo Millennio—but it's the most significant evidence of its battery-powered shift.
When I opened the Lanzador's press release, I instantly looked for EV specs to prove it would be one of the most powerful EVs on the road.
Lamborghini won't provide range, battery, charging capacity, or zero-to-60mph acceleration.
The Italian sports vehicle maker revealed that the Lanzador had “peak power of over one megawatt.”
The Lanzador has 1,341 mechanical horsepower, between a Lucid Air Sapphire (920kW) and a Tesla Roadster (1,100kW).
That doesn't tell us much about energy delivery per hour, but it does indicate quick performance.
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