Recently, it was reported that the Italian Minister for Environmental Transition, Roberto Singulani. Exemption from the ban on combustion engines. For vehicles manufactured in the European Union
According to him, the low production volume of carmakers such as Ferrari and Lamborghini will not bring more environmental impact than millions of other mainstream vehicles. This is not the case with Porsche, whose CEO, Oliver Bloom, says it is unreasonable.
Addressing Bloomberg, Bloom emphasized that electric would be “invincible” in the next decade, and that decarbonization was “a global question and everyone must do their part.”
It comes from a company that currently makes terrifying electric tycoons. Resisted the electrification of the famous 911 sports car.
* Porsche tested the Hybrid 911.
* The use of Lamborghini trains reduces emissions.
* Lamborghini and Bugti bass want combustion engines around “as long as possible”
* The Porsche 911 hasn’t been electric for a long time – if ever.
Last year, Bloom said the 911 “car is a concept designed for combustion engines. It is not useful to associate it with pure electrical movement. We believe in cars designed for electric mobility.
At the same time he said. Stopping combustion engines is “not the right argument.” “We come from both sides. [electric mobility and e-fuels] Reducing CO2. “
On top of that, Porsche is about to launch trials for the new. Synthetic “e-fuel” Use of 100% renewable energy sources. Frank Wallace, head of Porsche’s GT sports cars and the 911 product line, recently said: Looked like, really, everyone can use it, and we’re testing the pump with regular fuel springs. “
The German maker recently revealed. The concept of Mission R Electric Racer, Which could preview future battery-powered Cayman / Boxster.
The Lamborghini is part of the Volkswagen Group, as is Porsche, which means it can accelerate its hybrid and fully electric vehicles by digging into the joint VW Group’s electric compartment. However, Lamborghini’s boss, Stephen Winkleman, said recently. The naturally aspiring V12 will survive., At least for another generation.
“I think we have to have the capacity to adapt. We need to change and that’s what’s key to tomorrow’s success. You have to perform better than before … in terms of CO2 emissions, it’s There is a significant change, but we believe it is going to work.
“The plug-in hybrid car that will follow the Aventador will have a V12 engine, and thus the sound and history will be kept alive.”
Currently, Ferrari is set to launch its first battery-powered electric car in 2025, with Lamborghini lagging behind. With a “before 2030” date. However, both brands will offer more hybrid and plug-in hybrid models in the meantime.