Lamborghini has made it public that they are no longer accepting orders for the Huracan EVO and Huracan EVO Spyder, and this will soon lead to the end of production.
As mentioned previously, the Sterrato is set to be the final model featuring the renowned naturally aspirated V10 engine. Like most car manufacturers, Lambo is also moving towards electrified powertrains, with the latest model being the Revuelto, which utilizes a hybrid V12. Having said that, the successor to the Huracan is anticipated to be powered by a hybrid V8 plug-in system.
While it may not offer the same level of excitement as the V10, the new twin-turbo V8 reportedly has the capability to rev up to 10,000 rpm. When combined with the instant torque from the hybrid system, it might prove to be a compelling option.
For those who were considering purchasing a V10 Lamborghini before they became unavailable, they are now out of luck. Their options are limited to waiting for the Huracan successor or looking through the pre-owned car market.