Some takeaways I got:
- The 3 models will be electrified in some way within the next few years
- A new, fourth model will debut within the latter half of this decade and be EV-only
That's really it for solid facts, the rest I could say is speculation. It does make me wonder about the Aventador replacement we're expecting if the Aventador should be one of the models to possibly be hybridized later. Perhaps the push to such a clean future so quickly forced Lamborghini to scrap their usual plans and prolong their lineup as they spend resources now into an EV future.
It actually just makes me hope that Toyota and Porsche make substantial progress on their hydrogen engines and e-fuels so that we can avoid the all EV future so prominent in the forecast.