With the reveal of the Lamborghini Revuelto, it feels like the hybrid supercar has come full circle. Ten years ago, when the so-called ‘holy trinity’ debuted, it was a bleeding-edge technology, featured in only the latest, most experimental, most expensive and most exclusive machinery. Now, Lamborghini’s latest generation of flagship supercar, often seen as a key anchor for context in the market, is a plug-in hybrid. Meanwhile both McLaren’s and Ferrari’s latest volume models also have a plug socket as well as a filler cap. Electric augmentation in the last decade has gone from a gimmick, to the standard. So at what feels like a big moment for the genre, we thought we’d count down some of our favourite hybrid supercars, leading up to the new Lambo.
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