Alongside the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1, and Porsche 918 Spyder, the Asterion further cements hybrid systems as appropriate kit for future supercars.

At the very least, hybridization will be one stopgap Lamborghini employs to postpone its inevitable adoption of boosted and downsized engines.

Lamborghini Asterion price No earlier than 2018 at a price anywhere from $200,000 for a California-fighting GT to a half a million if Lambo goes with the 900-hp version.

The Lamborghini  Asterion LPI 910-4 borrows design cues and cutting-edge engineering expertise from the current Lamborghini cars and is conceived and developed entirely in-house by Lamborghini.

The company says they have added innovative hybrid technology, thus creating a Lamborghini that is clearly different – with a new, unexpected and sensual design, in line with the technical characteristics of the car - but yet is still unmistakably a Lamborghini.

There is more to the car than just the design. Seen under the hood of  Lamborghini  Asterion is the powertrain that combines the 5.2-litre V10 mill to a trio of electric motors. 

The Lamborghini  Asterion LPI 910-4 borrows design cues and cutting-edge engineering expertise from the current Lamborghini cars and is conceived and developed entirely in-house by Lamborghini.

The engine of Lamborghini  Asterion is good to produce 610bhp of power, while the motors add 300bhp of power. Outputting a claimed 910bhp of power, the powerplant comes mated to the seven-speed DSG from the Huracan.

Lamborghini  Asterion Top Speed With all this power the car can do the 0-60kmph sprint in three seconds while having a top speed of 199miles per hour (320kmph).

If Lamborghini puts the Asterion LPI 910-4 Hybrid Concept into production, it will be the first gasoline-electric hybrid from the manufacturer.

The engine of Lamborghini  Asterion is good to produce 610bhp of power, while the motors add 300bhp of power. Outputting a claimed 910bhp of power, the powerplant comes mated to the seven-speed DSG from the Huracan.

The Asterion LPI 910-4 is a true Lamborghini- emotional, with a stunning design, powerful, yet conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than for ultimate track performance."

The Asterion LPI 910-4 is a true Lamborghini- emotional, with a stunning design, powerful, yet conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than for ultimate track performance."

If Lamborghini puts the Asterion LPI 910-4 Hybrid Concept into production, it will be the first gasoline-electric hybrid from the manufacturer.

Lamborghini  Asterion competitor The easy answer would be the LaFerrari, P1, and 918, but Lambo stresses that the Asterion would be more of a comfortable GT than any of those. So toss in a Ferrari F12 for good measure.