The Lamborghini Asterion is currently a concept Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) car that we hope to one day see turn into a reality. Even though it is a concept car, the details of this model have been spelled out for us. Below, you’ll find information on three important categories for the Lamborghini Asterion: its technical specification, design, and materials. Keep reading to learn more about this model with Lamborghini Austin.
It doesn’t get more critical than technical specifications when it comes to a Lamborghini vehicle. The Lamborghini Asterion impresses us with its max power output of 610 CV or 449 kW at 8,250 rpm. It has a maximum speed of 320 km per hour, which equates to 199 miles per hour, faster than you’ll ever need. Along with speed, the Lamborghini Asterion can accelerate from zero to 100 km per hour, or zero to 62 miles per hour, in just three seconds. For CO2 emissions, it is rated at 98 grams per km.
Lamborghini vehicles come with some of the most unique designs on the market, and that’s not just because they are produced in small numbers. Not many designers can hope to emulate the grace and beauty of a Lamborghini. The Lamborghini Asterion is characterized by its curves, which flow from front to back, enveloping large 20-inch wheels in front and 21-inch wheels in the rear. The larger rear wheels are part of the design that makes the Lamborghini Asterion appear rear-heavy with a nimble front fascia.
Lightweight and durable materials are what make a Lamborghini able to achieve amazing speeds with quick acceleration. The Lamborghini Asterion will feature aluminum, forged carbon fiber, and titanium, all of which are quality materials. The large front and rear wheels will feature carbon fiber elements. The braking system features carbon-ceramic brake discs. The body of the Lamborghini Asterion is lightweight aluminum with carbon fiber, while the frame is carbon fiber monocoque with aluminum in the front and rear frames. All of this adds up to a vehicle that can use less fuel for incredible power.