With the world crunching down on performance in light of fuel economy and environmental friendliness, us enthusiasts wonder where the efforts of Lamborghini will end up. But don’t worry. Lamborghini has yet to be affected by this economic trend.
Several new models are expected to be released within the next two or three years, including a production version of the Estoque four-door that will compete with the likes of the Aston Martin Rapide, the carbon-fiber intensive Sesto Elemento, and the Gallardo replacement that is rumored to be named the Cabrera.
The Murcielago replacement, the Aventador LP700-4 is also well under way with a projected launch sometime this year after being revealed at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show.
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To go into the speculation a little deeper, a post on Teamspeed.com reports details of Lambo’s new model plans for the next 10 years: the Sesto Elemento, an Aventador roadster in 2012, the Gallardo replacement in 2013, and the Estoque in 2014.
For the Estoque, chances are that it will be based off of the next generation Audi A8, Bentley Continental and Porsche Panamera and is called the MSB platform, developed under the Porsche/Audi/Volkswagen/Lamborghini/Bentley conglomerate.
– By: Chris Chin
Source: Inside Line