While the rumors of an Estoque Lamboto be manufactured have been spreading around the internet for more than a decade, no sedan has been launched from the Italian automaker. There were even many speculations that the upcoming sedan would be a fully electric luxurious car with four doors. Though there is still no official announcement from Lamborghini, the company appears to still possess a concept of their unreleased sedan on their pocket for a long time.
The Concept of the Lamborghini Sedan
The brand new concept of the Lamborghini’s four-door car is called “Estoque”. From a glance, the vehicle nearly looks like a luxurious sedan with headlights that are taken from the Huracan’s and the front end that is undoubtedly taking inspiration from the Gallardo’s.
The front casing is the distinct view of the vehicle that would give everyone the idea that this sedan belongs in the lineup of the Italian super carmaker. While the sleek lines of the body and the bold transitions are remarkable, the design concept of this car only offers the generic body lines that typically present on the two-door supercars.
The front and back headlights are obviously taken from the more popular Lambo variants. The bumper on the front section might have been taken all the great things about the Aventador. In addition to that, the design of the headlights was also taken from the Huracan model. The concept of the sedan offers vigorous styling and details of carbon fibers in the rear and front bumpers.
There has been a report that the Estoque Lambo 2021 will not only take the shape of a four-door sedan, but it will also come with an electric function. It is said that it will avoid the use of the 6.5L V-12 and 5.2L V-8 engines that are usually applied in a sports car.
The new sedan will also stop using the twin-turbocharged engine in the Super SUV and instead be adopting a powertrain with zero emissions that have been applied in other brands, such as Audi and Porche. The CTO of Lamborghini, Maurizio Reggiani, states that the car might be entering the production on the next decade.
Given 2025 still several years away and the anticipated advances in battery technology, a range of over 563 kilometers (350 miles) appear to be extremely plausible for this car. Since it’s a Lambo, the upcoming sedan would still be exceedingly fast, with the majority of publication stating that most customers would not purchase a vehicle that requires more than 3.0 seconds just driving in 0 to 62 mph.
Although the car showed a great deal of appeal, cancellation may have been in favor of the general interests of the company since they are a high-performance super car maker. Even though the Estoque Lambo price was set to start at around $230,000 and adapted the zero-emissions engine, track and trail performance would no longer be in the main focus. Besides, the car would not have to start entering production any time soon. also read: 2019 Asterion Lamborghini Review: Hybrid Cars that Goes More than 300 km/h!