Lamborghini has recently announced that the Estoque model hasn’t been forgotten and a production version is still under consideration.
According to the company’s CEO, Stefan Winkelmann, who has recently spoke to the guys at autoweek.com, the Lamborghini Estoque still has a good chance of getting a production version, and with the Urus SUV coming in 2016, time has come for the Italian based automaker to expand its lineup.
“It was placed (Estoque) on hold because of a number of reasons, including the lack of a suitable platform. We haven’t given up on the idea of a sedan entirely, but we see more potential in a sport-utility vehicle encapsulating typical Lamborghini attributes”, as Stefan Winkelmann, the Lamborghini CEO, told our source.
As a small reminder, the Lamborghini Estoque has been officially presented to the public back in 2008 at the Paris Motor Show and the model is coming in a front-engine, rear-wheel / all-wheel drive layout, as a four-door sedan. The Lamborghini Estoque is 5,148 mm long (202,7 in), 1,991 mm wide (78,4 in) and 1,351 mm tall (53,2 in), with a wheelbase of 2,997 mm (118 in). The luxurious Lamborghini Estoque concept was powered by the company’s 5.2 liter V10 engine and the production version might be priced at just over 200,000 USD.