Lamborghini has announced a production version of the Asterion concept is not on the agenda right now.

Lamborghini has announced a production version of the Asterion concept is not on the agenda right now.

The Asterion LPI 910-4 from the 2014 Paris Motor Show will remain a demo car showing that if necessary, Lamborghini would have the tools to build a hybrid supercar. That won't happen anytime soon as CEO Stephan Winkelmann mentioned the main idea behind the concept was to demonstrate that if regulations imposed, Lamborghini would be able to make a car capable running on electric juice for at least 30 miles (48 km) while remaining true to the brand in terms of performances.

But until a hybrid Lamborghini sees the light of production day, there's an SUV on its way from Sant'Agata Bolognese as the Urus is now a top priority and they must set up everything until the model's arrival programmed for 2018. It will be tuned for the road, so don't expect it to go off-road like its predecessor, the LM002 aka "Rambo Lambo."

Sooner or later, there will obviously be a hybridized Lamborghini and eventually an all-electric model as regulations are imposing more efficient cars and as the years go by, laws will become stricter.

Lamborghini Asterion production not happening as Urus is now top priority