A Lamborghini sedan, or saloon, seems to be on its way before long but some conditions need to be met before a new 4-door Lambo hits the market.
The idea of a 4-door Lamborghini is not a new one in Sant’Agata Bolognese. There have been numerous 2+2 Lambo sports cars over the decades. There haven’t been as many recently, but 11 years ago Lamborghini revealed its Estoque concept at the 2008 Paris Auto Show and it looked right as rain.
The Estoque was sadly never produced and as we look back, it probably was the right decision. Since then, production and sales numbers at Lamborghini have skyrocketed. The recent arrival of the Urus SUV maintains the momentum and will surely bring company global sales to a whole new level. This is one of the conditions.
Lamborghini will need to attain 8,000 new deliveries per year in order to justify the arrival of a 4-door model. Last year, Lambo reached 5,750 sales and there are no signs of declines if we’re to gauge interest in the aforementioned Urus.
There are no details on the next 4-door 2+2 Lamborghini however we’re quite certain that, like the Estoque concept, the engine will be up front, start off with a twin-turbo V8 like the SUV’s and more than likely feature some form of electrification.
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