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The first pure-electric Lamborghini will be unveiled by the Italian company by 2026, and we’re getting a sneak preview of the future due to a new concept during Monterey Car Week.

A fresh teaser photograph of the concept automobile, released by the Sant’Agata business, gives us a clear view of its design. It sports a long, elegant roofline that differs from the conventional design of Lamborghini supercars. Because the idea will show off a two-door 2+2 grand tourer body type, there’s a strong rationale for that. 

In a previous article, Lamborghini made a clue about the general look of the vehicle by stating that it would “unveil the first prototype of our fourth series production,” making reference to earlier one-offs like the Asterion and Estoque, both of which we anticipate will have an impact on the new shape. 

 There is the most recent Lamborghini concept teaser as well as the prior one. The latest image reveals the car’s horizontally stacked headlamps, which bend inward. Additionally, the amount of light that can be seen underneath this car suggests that the ride height is higher than it is for typical performance automobiles. The model, though, doesn’t appear to be an SUV.

The profile of the Lamborghini idea has a flowing roofline with an angled part where the roof and windscreen meet. The style on the sides seems to be seamless. However, the greenhouse has sharp edges. At the front and back, there are faint creases just below the beltline.

In a previous statement, Lamborghini referred to this idea as the “first prototype of our fourth series production car”. The road-going model would be a 2+2 grand tourer and “much more daily usable” than the Huracan replacement or new Revuelto, according to company CEO Stephan Winkelmann.

The Lambo EV will clearly carve out its own place at the high end of the auto market by combining crossover levels of ground clearance with an extended supercar design and space for up to four people. Combine this fresh frontal preview with the silhouette teaser published earlier this week.

The unidentified model will undoubtedly have a tonne of power and torque given that it is a Lamborghini, and it will be able to frighten the living daylights out of any unsuspecting passengers in the backseat as well as drivers of conventional supercars.

We’ll have all the information for you on August 18, which can’t arrive fast enough.