The Lamborghini Estoque may have been a bit early, but in today’s market it would make a lot of sense
Do you remember the Estoque? Yes, that evocative sedan that Lambo showed us more than a decade ago
The Estoque broke cover as concept car at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. It was designed by Centro Stile, Lamborghini’s in-house design studio.
Lamborghini was trying to garner public opinion. The Estoque was designed around a Gallardo sourced V-10 engine
The timing for this concept couldn't have been worse with the looming financial crisis at the time. It was ahead of its time
The performance four Door coupe market hadn't matured yet with limited options for buyers which included cars like the CLS & Quattroporte
Lamborghini announced earlier this year that their entire line up of cars will be hybridised by 2024 with all electric EV to follow suit
The Italian Automaker's CEO in an interview told Car and Driver that he would like a four seat two door GT, like the ones from the 50s and 60s
Could he be hinting at a modified two door Estoque? Lambo's first ever car was a two Door GT, the 350 GT
With a wheelbase similar to that of the Taycan, the Estoque could accommodate the EV bits from the Porsche. Watch this space. Swipe up to Read More.