Lamborghini to Produce Sesto Elemento, Cabrera and Estoque

The success super-car manufacturer Lamborghini has had at the past European auto shows with their Sesto Elemento concept and with the more recent Aventador LP700-4 has prompted the Volkswagen-owned brand to come up with a very comprehensive plan for the future.

Probably pressured by the mother company to increase its market presence and push for more sales (remember, Volkswagen plans to become the number one auto maker in the world by 2018), Lamborghini plans an invasion of new models for the future. And most of them have been revealed, according to Inside Line, by company insiders.

As most of you already know, the Sesto Elemento concept presented in Paris last year will enter a limited production in the near future. With it, for a period which spans for the next five years or so, Lamborghini will launch an exciting range of new models.

This year will go down in history as the year of the Aventador LP700-4, a model which, after its presentation in Geneva, is supposedly sold out for the year. In 2012, Lambo fans will finally get the chance to see Aventador roadster, followed one year later by a replacement for the Gallardo, who might be called Cabrera.

The cherry on the whole Lamborghini cake will, however, be the Estoque four door, a model presented in Paris in 2008 which has gotten, according to fan website, a green light for production in 2014.

Most of the models we told you about here have been in a certain degree confirmed by either
Lamborghini's or Volkswagen's top brass over the years. And, even if there's no officially-official word on the production of any of them, it's likely VW will not let the booming auto industry on present and future year get away without a fair share of Lambos on the streets.
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