New 910-Horsepower Lamborghini Hybrid Is Stunning

Lamborghinis are some of the most recognizable cars on the planet — for their names and their looks. They’re also some of the most powerful, so hearing that the company is making a hybrid seems contradictory, right?

This isn’t your typical hybrid. It has 910 horsepower.

At the Paris Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled a new concept model named the Asterion LPI 910-4. This plug-in hybrid is the first of its kind for Lamborghini, but it’s no slouch. It’s powered by one 5.2-liter V10 engine, along with three other electric motors that add an extra 300 horsepower. 

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It can go from zero to 62 mph in just three seconds and will reach a top speed of 199 mph, showing off the Lamborghini power you’re used to. But if you’re looking to cruise without paying a dime for gas, you can do that too. In electric mode, the Asterion can cruise 31 miles at speeds of 78 mph.

It’s truly the best of both worlds.

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No word on pricing or a timeline of production has been revealed yet, but you can bet it’ll cost six or seven figures. If the Renovo Coupe costs $529,000, this Lambo will probably cost close to $1 million.

Although it’s just a concept right now, it looks as if it’s ready for mass production. Here are a few more photos, courtesy of Lamborghini.

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