It was 2008 when the Raging Bull stunned the world with the Estoque concept at the Paris Motor Show (check out the photos above). However, the company eventually decided it needed to prioritize SUV building, which is how we ended up with the Urus.
Nevertheless, Lamborghini is considering adding a fourth model line. The company stated this would mix performance with cabin space. So we might just get a long-roof model without the SUV frame in the end.
After all, Lamborghini has long retired its front-engined Grand Tourers, with aficionados asking for their return. And with four-door coupes now being more popular than ever, we could see this body style being chosen for the task.
As for the arrival of the potential new model, this should come between 2025 and 2027. Of course, given this timeframe, one might expect all-electric propulsion or at least a hybrid powertrain.
For one thing, Lamborghini has already made it clear that the successors of the Aventador and Huracan will remain naturally aspirated, albeit while mixing their internal combustion engines with electric power. And we're glad the Italians have decided to stay away from the turbo pathway.
And since fellow Volkswagen Group brands like Audi and Porshe have already kickstarted an electric offensive, we can't rule out the possibility of an all-electric Lamborghini, even though the sheer idea of such a vehicle is enough to give many aficionados the chills.