Lamborghini’s Future Revealed, 4-Door Estoque Will Live

By | March 18, 2011

Lamborghini Estoque 4-Door Supercar

It’s not really breaking news that Lamborghini has been seriously considering adding a 4-door vehicle to their inventory of what most people think of as “lottery cars” (you know, a car that you’d buy had you won the lotto). The idea has been in the works for a while and as time goes by we keep receiving unfortunate updates that point towards this 4-door Lambo becoming a reality. The latest update came today when Lamborghini released their product plans for the next several years.

Included in the report were solidified plans for the 4-door Estoque, a car designed to compete with the Porsche Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide- you know, a family man’s supercar. We’re not too pleased with the idea of a Lamborghini with two more doors than we’re used too. It’s just… not right. Like going to get really drunk with your friends and brining only bitch beer. Ah, that’s it! The Lamborghini Estoque is bitch beer.

Stupid, nonsensical referencing rants aside, some good news for Lamborghini’s future came out of the report. Although we’ve reported it in the past, the Sesto Elemento has been confirmed for production, replacing the Reventon as Lambo’s ‘where should I place all of my excess of extra $1000 bill stacks’ car. Yay for that.

Actually no, not yay for that.

The Reventon, if you remember, was limited to just 20 units and it’s likely the Sesto Elemento numbers will be even less. We’ve already accepted the fact that we’ll never see one, so it’s almost useless getting hyped up about the car.

Instead, we should get hyped up about the new Gallardo replacement, officially revealed to be named the Cabrera (Lamborghini must have fired the naming guy who came up with Aventador…good call). No details at all yet. Just that there will be a lot more Cabreras than Sesto Elementos and that we don’t really care until the Superleggera version comes out.

[Chad Waite, InsideLine]


1 Comment

AJ Wilcox on March 18, 2011 at 9:43 pm.

Ohhhh…..Lamborghini news. So excited to see all the new models that will be on childrens’ posters for the next 8 years.

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