The Italian thoroughbred bull is raging internally right now – as it prepares to present the production version of the Urus (we know it’s going to look the same as the concept) and also kick start the manufacturing phase.
But just like any other automaker it’s also looking towards the future, and according to the rumor mill the carmaker is going back to its roots by delivering a fourth nameplate belonging to the sports car category. The only downside is plans can change quite a bit because allegedly we’re going to have to wait until at least 2023 to see it. As far as the reports are counting, the new sports car should arrive on a new modular architecture – which is something to understand since Lambo will need it to also bring new generation of the Aventador and Huracan. In addition, the new sports car is expected to be inspired and honor Lamborghini models from the past – such as the Miura and Countach.
According to the latest report on the subject, following the introduction of the Urus SUV as the spiritual successor of the “Rambo Lambo” LM002, Lamborghini will focus on further expanding its lineup with a fourth nameplate allegedly drawing inspiration from models of the past. With an arrival date set for sometime in 2023, it’s still unknown whether this will act as a new entry-level model or sit somewhere higher in the range. “GT cars, four seaters, heritage gives us some ideas,” commented CEO Stefano Domenicali during an interview.