Autocar is reporting that Lamborghini began a project last year involving 20 students from a Milan design school to create the inspiration for Lamborghini's third model. The picture supplied by Autocar shows a front-engine, two-door car that can seat four, a layout that would give Lambo a direct competitor to the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti and Porsche's upcoming Panamera. The car evokes styling cues from the 1968 Lamborghini Espada, which was the Italian carmaker's first front-engine four-seater.
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