Lamborghini envisions more special edition and one-off models in the future
Every once in a while, Lamborghini comes out with a special edition model that will knock your socks off. Back in 2008, it was the Reventon and in 2011, they debuted the Sesto Elemento, both limited to just 20 units. But Lamborghini seems to be far from finished.
In a recent interview with AutoCar, company boss Stephan Winkelmann confirmed that the company has plans to develop more special edition supercars.
"Once in a while we should do one-offs or special edition. In this case we made the concept and then got enough interest in it to make a limited run. If the car meets the image of Lamborghini and there is demand, we will build them."
"The key is that every car we build meets the emotional standards of our company, and that it is profitable. We build the cars of dreams for car lovers, and that must stay core to the brand."
Profitable may be one thing, but wildly expensive is another. Winkelmann also stated that Lamborghini has gone as far as they could with the Sesto Elemento: "To build something lighter with a car such as this would be too expensive."
We’ve already taken a good hard look at Lamborghini’s future and just the thought of another addition to the lineup sends chills up and down our spines.