The first details of the internal combustion elements of the car’s hybrid powertrain were revealed on Monday, with further teaser images of the Lamborghini LMDh being developed. Alliance with French constructor Ligier Automotive.
The LMDh engine was the first design from the ground up by Lamborghini Squadra Corse’s in-house motorsport division founded in 2013, unlike the production-based V10 that powers the Huracán GT3 and Super Trofeo one-make machines. .
The Italian constructor has revealed the powerplant will be a 90-degree V8, but it is understood to have a capacity of around 4 liters. The weight is 180kg, which is the minimum weight stipulated by the rules.
Combined power output of the new V8 and hybrid system jointly developed by Bosch, Williams and Xtrac is described by Lamborghini as 500kW (670bhp), with a 480-520kW range set on both the LMDh and Le Mans hypercars. is the median value of Rules.
Lamborghini has also confirmed the dimensions of the following prototypes: Width, length and height will be 2000mm, 5100mm and 3148mm respectively, the maximum in its class. Listed.
No technical details of the as-yet-unnamed contender from Lamborghini are expected until photos of the car are released in the first quarter of 2023.
Longtime Lamborghini factory GT drivers Mirko Bortolotti and Andrea Caldarelli Announced as the first driver in the LMDh program Take the lead in car development.
The teams that will run the new Lambo LMDh in the WEC and IMSA have yet to be announced.
Andrea Caldarelli, Lamborghini Factory Driver, Giorgio Sanna, Head of Lamborghini Motorsport, Mirko Bortolotti, Lamborghini Factory Driver
Photo credit: Lamborghini SpA
Lamborghini’s latest statement on the LMDh program is Announced in mid-Mayemphasized the Volkswagen brand’s drive to hybridize its road car range under a strategy called Cor Tauri, Latin for bull’s heart.
“Stepping into the world of motorsport propelled by hybrid propulsion fits perfectly with Lamborghini’s move to hybrid technology.”
Who is doing what on LMDh?
Porsche’s new 963 has the same twin-turbo V8 as the Lambo.It’s a 4.6 liter unit It has its roots in the naturally aspirated engine that powered the successful RS Spyder. Late 2000s.
Description As an all-new 5.5-liter V8 It powers Cadillac’s V.LMDh, but is unconfirmed whether it’s turbocharged or naturally aspirated. Spy footage from the car’s test at Sebring seems to confirm the latter.
BMW has gone the twin-turbo route with its M-Hybrid V8. The starting point for the development of the LMDh unit was the final evolution of the DTM naturally aspirated V8 used in 2017-18. Holds 4 liters of capacity.
Alpine has yet to confirm the technical details of LMDh like Lambo. Join the competition in 2024So far it is only said that its development partner is ORECA.
https://www.autosport.com/imsa/news/lamborghini-developing-new-v8-turbo-engine-for-2024-lmdh-car/10371621/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-ALL&utm_term=News&utm_content=uk Lamborghini develops new V8 turbo engine for 2024 LMDh cars