Although Lamborghini is still reluctant to comment on the SUV rumor that’s flying around these days, an Audi top brass steps in and confirms such car is indeed in the works.
This manager of Lamborghini’s parent company did not confirm, however, if this image you see above, published by an Italian magazine a few days ago, is the real deal or not. He could only go as far as “the speculation in the press is press is largely correct.
The Lamborghini SUV will make its world debut at the next Beijing Motor Show in China, before joining Lamborghini’s lineup of Aventador and Cabrera (Gallardo’s replacement) in three or four years time.
We would have loved to see the Estoque super sedan in production instead of this, but hey, the Lambo SUV will heat up the battle in the high-end utility segment where cars like Mercedes MLC, BMW X6, Bentley SUV, and Porsche Cayenne, as well as the new Maserati Kubang, will be competing.