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In March, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann becomes the new leader of Quattro GmbH, which runs development of Audi's R and RS models. Former Scuderia Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali takes Winkelmann's place as the boss at Lambo.

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We Talk Lamborghini's Foray Into The SUV Segment

From our live stage at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jonathon Buckley interviews Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann. Topics include Lamborghini's current lineup and the brand's future foray into the SUV segment with the Urus.

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At least five versions of the Lamborghini Huracan could arrive over the supercar's life, including a version with even higher performance.

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Since leaving Ferrari, Stefano Domenicali has been working on Audi's F1 program. But with that prospect now all but shut down, he's tipped to take over as head of Lamborghini from Stephan Winkelmann, who could move over to Quattro GmbH.

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The Lamborghini Urus will use a company-exclusive 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and all-wheel drive when it arrives in 2018. Multiple variants, inlcuding a Superveloce, could join the lineup later.

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Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed the Italian automaker will debut a one-off supercar at the Geneva Motor Show next year. It's being shown to potential buyers in Monterey this weekend.

Open Road

CEO Stephan Winkelmann On Why The Supercar Company Is Building An SUV

Lambo's boss sees the company's second stab at an SUV as a way to grow the business and bring in new buyers.

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Lamborghini is constantly evaluating new technologies, but even if it goes turbo for the Urus, the company's chief executive insists that naturally aspirated engines are the only choice for its supercars, for now.

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At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirms the arrival of a roadster version of the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce.

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Lamborghini and the Italian government appear to have reached an agreement for the automaker to build its new CUV in its home country.

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At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann told Maxim after the introduction of the stunning Asterion hybrid, "I strongly believe that this is not a car that will be in production, and we will not do it." However, the Asterion concept came more than a year after Winklemann told that same magazine, at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, that "Lamborghini was not interested in hybrids." He repeated the sentiment in Paris, saying, "We're still not interested."

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It's only a matter of time before Lamborghini is cleared to start producing the Urus sport utility vehicle, and, according to CEO Stephan Winkelmann, that time is expected to be soon, The Detroit News reports.

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Lamborghini is headed to next month's 2013 Geneva Motor Show with the brand's fastest car yet. The news comes courtesy of Filippo Perini, Lamborghini's design director, who reportedly dished that the brand will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a new low-volume hypercar. Perini made the comments while at the US launch of the automaker's recent Aventador Roadster in Miami, and he made it clear there will only be 10 production examples of the new model. If you want one, you had better get your w

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Lamborghini is planning to roll out a new car for the brand's 50th anniversary. Automotive News Europe reports the Italian automaker will unveil a special one-off machine to commemorate the date next year. CEO Stepahn Winkelmann has been tight-lipped about the vehicle, saying coyly, "It will not be a revival or a retro." Fortunately, with 2013 right around the corner, we shouldn't have to wait long to see what Lamborghini has up its sleeves for the special car.

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While much of the focus for Lamborghini at the Paris Motor Show was on its new strategy for the Gallardo line using styling cues to differentiate the rear-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive and Superleggera models, the Italian automaker is continuing development of its Urus SUV, even though it has not yet gotten final approval yet.

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This year's Geneva Motor Show served up a scintillating buffet of vehicles, but the Lamborghini Aventador J may very well have been our favorite. With no roof, no windshield and all of the insane running gear of the standard Aventador, the roadster is the embodiment of exotic. But according to Top Gear, the car went from design sketch to reality in record time. Designer Filippo Perini told TG he first sketched up the Aventador J in mid-January after CEO Stephan Winkelmann asked his crew to to co

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Fear not, Lamborghini fans. According to Stephan Winkelmann, president and CEO of the brand, the company's vehicles will remain naturally aspirated "for now." Winkelmann recently spoke with Autocar, and said that the Raging Bull will remain turbo-free for at least the remainder of the decade. That means we won't see a forced-induction Lamborghini until 2020 at the earliest. That means that it's crystal-clear that the next-generation Gallardo, set to debut in two years or so, will not show up wit

Stop! Hammertime? Well, if you're the owner of this particular Lamborghini Gallardo, you're not saying stop, but "go, go, go!" According to reports, the happless Gallardo was purchased about six months ago by a resident of Qingdao, China. In his short period of ownership, the man has apparently had a few issues with the car.