Lamborghini revealed today the fourth teaser of its mystery concept that will debut at the Paris Auto Show. First believed to be called Urus, and now Estoque, the new concept will preview a four-door luxury sedan that will compete with Aston Martin Rapide and Porsche Panamera.
Lamborghini will unveil four-door concept at the Paris Auto Show, and here are a few full body sketches of the future concept. It is not known whether it is official or not, but it features a four door Lamborghini design sketches that have similar lines to the teasers Lamborghini has released.
Rumors have suggested that Lamborghini put the whole project together in ten months. While that is an impressive amount of time for a car company to create a project (especially a small one), it also suggests that the new Lambo sedan will be based heavily on architecture from its corporate siblings (likely Audi).
First rumors said the mystery car Lamborghini is preparing for the Paris Auto Show will be called Urus. But, according to LamboPower Forums, the future luxury sedan will be called Estoque.
"Estoque" is the name of a special Italian sword used by a bull fighter. The name Estoque is closely related to the Espada name which was used by Lamborghini for their 2-door 4-seater grand tourer which was produced between 1968 and 1978.