Lamborghini is finally going to reveal the production version of the Lamborghini Urus in December, but the automaker could already be hard at work on its next new model – a sedan. Lamborghini is reportedly looking at the idea of adding a fourth model line to join the Aventador, Huracan and upcoming Urus SUV.
Lamborghini has yet to confirm anything, but its Commercial director, Federico Foschini was recently asked about the possibility of a fourth model line. He simply replied, “We must be humble. The Urus is only at the pre-production phase and, while the goal is to double sales volumes over a few years, we have yet to earn that accolade. But of course we should always be looking to grow. If we can take this first step with Urus – a huge step – then there are possibilities.”
The chances of a Lamborghini sedan are high, since the idea of a four-door sedan was tested back in 2008 with the Estoque concept. Shortly after its debut, the Estoque was put on hold for the Urus, since global demand for SUVs continues to climb. Now Lamborghini may revive the idea as the four-door sedan could be used to bridge the gap between the existing two supercars and the Urus.
There is a chance that Lamborghini could once again decide to not build a sedan and instead introduce another supercar. There are some internal members that would rather see Lamborghini spend its resources on building a new carbon fiber intensive platform that would underpin the next-generation Aventador and Huracan, in addition to a third supercar. The chance of a new bespoke platform for its supercars seems a bit low, considering the cost to build it.