Well, this is one solution to be able to continue to build naturally aspirated motors and stay competitive. Lamborghini is adamant about continuing with their naturally aspirated powerplants (good for them!) but rather than go turbo or fully electric they are going hybrid.

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If the only way to get a high revving naturally aspirated V12 or V10 for that matter is by pairing it with an electric motor, so be it. What is the worst thing that can happen? A cheaper Porsche 918 Spyder?

It would be great if Lamborghini would at least give people the option of whether they want the heavy electric drivetrain but we will see what happens.

This doesn't sound all that bad:

The Huracan's descendant will keep a 5.2-liter V-10 tweaked to make 650 horsepower, up 20 from the Huracan Performante's 630. Electric power reportedly totals 250 kilowatts (335 horsepower), pushing the next V-10 up to a combined 985 horsepower.
The next generation Aventador will take things to a whole new level with 1200+ horsepower by the 2022 model year.