Lamborghini has just released details about its latest concept, the Lanzador, which it describes as a 2+2 seat “high ground clearance Ultra GT.” First teased earlier in the week, the highly-anticipated all-electric concept was officially revealed at Monterey Car Week.
“With this concept, we are ushering in a new car segment, the Ultra GT, which is poised to offer customers a new and unparalleled driving experience, one that’s quintessentially Lamborghini, thanks to groundbreaking technologies,” shared Lamborghini CEO, Stephan Winkelmann.
On the performance front, the vehicle is rooted in Lamborghini’s iconic DNA, as the Lanzador is said to promise top-tier sportiness and drivability through the incorporation of an all-electric drive mechanism featuring a high specific power electric motor on each axle, that provides a consistent all-wheel drive experience. The electric beast boasts over one-megawatt peak power, ensuring dynamic cornering and long ranges, thanks to a new-gen high-performance battery.
While many are uncertain about the automotive brand’s departure from naturally aspirated engines, Rouven Mohr, Lamborghini’s Chief Technical Officer, emphasized that the electric transition isn’t a constraint but an opportunity. He expressed that “Electrification allows us to develop more performance and drivability,” and ensured there are no trade-offs in power and pleasure.
Driving dynamics have been upgraded using the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) control system, which employs numerous sensors to fine-tune driving sensations, this is coupled with Active Aerodynamics to ensure efficient battery use and optimal performance. Other notable systems in place include aerodynamics features like the ALA (Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva) system, designed for efficiency and downforce adjustments.
As for design, the Lanzador clearly indicated the automotive brand’s aspirations to set a futuristic tone, drawing inspiration from spaceships, its exterior boasts clean lines reminiscent of Lamborghini classics such as the Sesto Elemento and Murciélago.
Mitja Borkert, Head of Design at Lamborghini, emphasized the design was driven by the “feel like a pilot” philosophy, combining a 2+2 GT concept with a lifestyle approach. The spacious cabin can accommodate sports gear or luggage, and the rear space is highly adjustable and customizable.
The car’s interior mirrors a jet cockpit, defined by a lightweight dashboard incorporating the Lamborghini signature Y-shape console — with the pilot and co-pilot sitting snugly, surrounded by controls for entertainment, climate, and digital functions. This latest concept also sports a new color, a special Azzurro Abissale shade designed specifically for its debut at Monterey Car Week.
Beyond performance and aesthetics, the Lanzador also represents the brand’s approach to sustainability, utilizing 3D printing, sustainably tanned leather, 100 percent merino wool, regenerated carbon, synthetic fiber from recycled plastic and more. All of these material choices have been carefully selected as part of Lamborghini’s goal for a decarbonized and electrified future.
The Lamborghini Lanzador is set for series production in 2028. In the meantime, enjoy the concept in action in the video below.
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