Lamborghini To Introduce Fourth Model to Lineup?


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A 2+2 GT Could be Coming

In a recent interview, Lamborghini’s CEO Stefano Domenicali said that a fourth model could be coming in the future. He spoke with Autocar recently and said that once the automaker can increase volume and then stabilize that volume that a fourth Lambo model would make sense.

He did not say how long this would take. “But we are not strong or stable enough to invest in a fourth model right now,” Domenicali told Autocar.

The company things volume with its current lineup could go as high as 8,000 units per year. This last year, the company sold a record-high 5750 vehicles, so there’s still a ways to go before they reach the point where a fourth vehicle could enter the lineup. When that does happen, though, the vehicle would likely be a 2+2 GT car.

“The idea is for a grand tourer, a 2+2,” Domenicali said. “That is something we are working on already.” What exactly that car will be like is yet to be determined. Lamborghini obviously knows, but it’s keeping the details of that development close to its vest at this point in the game.

Carscoops suggests it could be like the Lamborghini Estoque concept from a decade ago. That car would fit the profile for what Domenicali is talking about. It would likely be seriously updated from the original concept, though in many ways, including powertrain, technology, and styling. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Lamborghini make a hybrid variant of the car, too. By the time it comes out, hybrid and electric vehicle technology will have likely progressed considerably.