Lamborghini is turning 50 this year and the company plans to make its fans, as well as itself, a multitude of presents. One of the most spectacular is set to arrive at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Swiss event will see Lamborghin introduce a special model, as confirmed by CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
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Lamborghini’s CEO didn’t offer any models about the vehicle, but the man who leads Lambo’s research and development offensive, Maurizio Reggiano, did offer some info. Reggiano explained that this will be a street legal vehicle which will enter production.
The executives hinted that the new development doesn’t have any connection with the Urus SUV, which, unlike Bentley’s SUV, hasn’t received the production green light yet. Winkelmann had previously stated that, if the Urus does go into production, we should expect the vehicle to come to the market sooner than 2017.
We expect the Geneva Motor Show to bring either a special edition of the Aventador, or a production version of the Sesto Elemento.
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