Lamborghini might have forged ahead when it revealed it was constructing an SUV, however the niche supercar company isn’t averse to broadening its lineup even more. A new report says that Lamborghini is looking into a four-seat sports car, and it may even establish a successor to the Miura coupe.
At 2017’s Automotive News Europe Congress, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali said he might see a four-seat cars showing up “in the 2025 to 2030 horizon.” Specifically, he stated, “We are already thinking of it.” A contemporary analysis of the Miura coupe is likewise possible, however it will not take place in the next five years, Domenicali added.
Lamborghini isn’t the sole supercar maker to mull the concept of a four-seater. The most apparent example is Ferrari, which brought out the GTC4Lusso. On the other hand, McLaren hasn’t dismissed the concept.
Furthermore, Lamborghini is preparing to present the Urus SUV. The model is anticipated to double automaker’s current sales after it introduces in 2018. Costs will start at less than 200,000 euros (approximately $223,000).
One of the automaker’s greatest obstacles today is improving its brand image, and perhaps a new SUV will assist in this regard. “We used to be really polarizing. Individuals liked us or disliked us,” Domenicali stated. “Now we are aiming to be more cool, younger, however as always, different.”