Lamborghini has just the mid-engined Gallardo and Aventador. One area Ferrari hasn’t dared to explore is that of four-door sedans. With the Estoque Concept shown off a few years ago, Lamborghini looks poised to enter the segment.
Speaking to reporters at a Reuters conference, Lamborghini Chief Executive Officer Stefan Winkelmann said a third model lineup is currently in the works.
Regarding a third lineup, he said “we want to have a car which is able to be used on a daily basis.” Lending further credibility to the Estoque production idea are comments that the car would benefit from synergies within the Volkswagen Group.
The Estoque will likely share a platform with VW Group models such as the Audi A8, a new Bentley four-door coupe, the next-generation Porsche Panamera and possibly the 16C Galibier super sedan from Bugatti. With such a widespread basis of pricey models on the platform, the possibilities for sales and high profits are tantalizing.
The comment from Winkelmann is just the latest in multiple ones made on the Estoque, the last of which came in December. At the time he said the company was debating options for the addition of a third model lineup.
Telling Autocar he said “We really have a choice when it comes to an additional model: an SUV or a four-seat, four-door….and for me, the SUV is a no-go. It doesn’t even exist in our price segment and it’s not a real luxury car.” With strong comments like that, it seems as if the Estoque is heading for production. Stay tuned for an official announcement.