This is the Lamborghini Asterion. Yes, it is a plug-in hybrid and in terms of design quite different from the previous bulls viz. Egoista, Sesto Elemento and Veneno from Lamborghini.
We are thankful to the European Union, for their emission regulations are the only reason Lamborghini built this stunning car as a hybrid. The EU is going to introduce new laws in 2021 which every car maker has to abide by.
This concept might make it into production during the same time. Hence a hybrid.
Notice the logo in the backdrop
Front profile close up
What people following it will see
What people following will see
The other side
The engine bay
Need some to help to translate that!
Lets see whats inside!
The door panel
On the inside! A beautiful two-tone finish
Closer look inside
The steering wheel
The digital instrument cluster
The digital instrument cluster (at rest)
What if you look at one from the top
Another angle from the top
Images via Topgear, Jalopnik and Motorionline
The Asterion is a mid-engined two-seater coupé and uses an adapted Aventador carbon fiber monocoque, mostly in the lower section. It has a different roof structure and has a stretched wheelbase to create more interior space. The concept car is 4.7m long with Huracan’s stunning 607 bhp 5.2-litre V10 hooked up with a dual-clutch seven-speed rear transaxle auto box. So it is technically a parallel hybrid as the transaxle that incorporates a starter motor and generator, has an electric motor bolted on it. There are two more electric motors on the front axle and between them, they generate 220 kW, which is equal to around 300 bhp.
And where are the batteries? They’re in the central tunnel in place of the propeller shaft. This placement would benefit both safety and the car’s center of gravity.
It surely will better than a Prius. It can do 0-100 kmph / 0-62 mph in just over three seconds while emitting 98 g/km of carbon dioxide.
Thus the Asterion has a LPI-910-4 badge. It’s still an awesome looking concept.
Here’s one wallpaper if you would like>> Wallpaper (source unknown)
Lets see how it turns out when it reaches production. What do you think about this new concept? Will it or won’t it??