It was quite a while back that Lamborghini promised it would have something new for every major auto show. That seemed quite the claim at the time, particularly for a company with a two-car model lineup, but with a few exceptions here and there, the Italian automaker has been keeping pace famously. So what has Sant'Agata Bolognese got in store for us for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show? A surprise – or two – from what we hear.
All indications are that the Aventador Roadster is ready to go. With 700 horsepower and no roof, that would be more than enough to garner its fair share of attention and then some. But that's not all.
According to the trusty old rumormill, Lamborghini has got something else in store for Geneva. Just what it is, we don't know. It could be the final production version of the Sesto Elemento, which likely wouldn't be very different from the concept version we've already seen. It could be, as is usually the case, another special edition Gallardo. But it could be a proper new debut.
If it is, we could be looking at the new third model – be it a sedan or a crossover – or maybe the Gallardo's replacement. We'll have to wait and see just what Lamborghini has in store, but if Stephan Winkelmann and company plan on sticking to the formula, they could opt to show the Aventador Roadster at another show and keep the spotlight on whatever surprise they're allegedly working on.