• Sep 28, 2008
Lamborghini has now released three official teasers of the Urus, Estoque or whatever the Italian automaker is rumored to be calling its four-door concept for the Paris Motor Show these days. Now it seems that a sketch of the complete concept may have been posted in a thread on FerrariChat. While someone could have easily faked these sketches, they do show elements of the concept that we've already seen in Lamborghini's official teaser shots, particularly the taillights. The Paris Motor Show is this week, so we'll find out soon enough what it looks like, as well as what it's called.


[Source: GlobalMotors.net]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      In looking at the competition - the Panamera and the Rapide... Well, it's a lot better looking than the Porsche, that's for sure. The world doesn't need this (as it doesn't need the Panamera), but at least it looks interesting.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Those sketches look nothing like the teaser photos.
      • 6 Years Ago
      well if it looks like that it's got a huge leg up on it's competition.
      • 6 Years Ago
      No, no, no.

      Lamborghini should not, I repeat, should NOT make a sedan. That goes against the very definition of the brand name. Lamborghinis are fast, exotic, and very extreme two doors. I hate it when automakers deviate from their core ideals, it just doesn't seem right to me when you lower your own standards just to fit in with everyone else.

      If Lamborghini does make this a sedan, then I pray to God that Ferrari will keep its elevated status and not follow suit.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Nice work Demonblade to drag a discussion down to name calling. Next thing you know, you'll be comparing me with Hitler...

        My point still stands, you are not here to tell Lambo what to make and what not to make. They can make their own decisions, probably based on some market research to see what the market can take.

        If a Lamborghini tractor can make a profit, why shouldn't they make it? I'm sure Top Gear could do something amusing with one which would only help with brand recognition.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I'm glad you are the arbiter of who can and cannot have opinions. Lamborghini is a part of VAG, which is a publicly traded company. If you really want to tell Lambo what cars it can and cannot make, please buy a controlling interest in its stock and put yourself on top of its board of directors. Unfortunately, your opinion is actually the one that means nothing. Lamborghini has decided it can make a great car with 4 doors, and they are entitled to that opportunity. Considering Porsche makes a terrific SUV, I'm willing to give Lambo a shot here. I think they key thing you aren't noting is that great engineers can produce great cars, no matter how many doors the cars have. If you really are an automotive enthusiast, you should welcome an automaker thinking differently and challenging its public perception. I'm excited for whatever this concept will be and don't limit myself to the belief that certain automakers should only produce a certain genre of cars.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Craig, I sincerely hope you do not wish for Lamborghini to return to making tractors. Because if you think that in today's world a tractor can bear the Lambo badge and be welcomed, then you are an idiot and you don't deserve the right to an opinion.

        Sure, Lamborghini has made tractors, trucks, even a Hummer type vehicle... but they don't anymore. That's not what they do, that's not what they are. Popular culture defines this, and everyone knows what a Lamborghini is. They've created their own image and definition through their products, which are exotic supercars. To go against this is pure fallacy, yet it seems like Lamborghini might do it anyway. And that's only because there are idiots like you who will support them.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Who are you to say that a 4 door coupe goes against the brand's definition?

        Lambo has made tractors, trucks and 4 door cars in its past, who says they can't go back to some (or all) of those products now?
      • 6 Years Ago
      who thinks that rear is a little too... audi?
        • 6 Years Ago
        +1

        and the headlights and grille look mustangish.
        • 6 Years Ago
        you do have a point, dwight.

        I just don't want another Panamera incident to happen. What would be wrong with just extending an LP560-4?
        • 6 Years Ago
        In the sketch maybe... in the teaser of the actual car, not so much.

        But even if it was "Too Audi," you need to keep in mind who they're owned by, lol.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Well if it looks like that it's got a huve leg up on its competition.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I wish Acura had this sketch before they were producing 2009 TL.
      Affordable and sexy sedan..
      • 6 Years Ago
      LMAO @ people judging a car by a handful of sketches.
        • 6 Years Ago
        A handful of sketches that dont even amount to one coherent design.

        I find this just as funny as you do.
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