Lamborghini will add an "everyday" model to its line-up, most likely to be a four-door saloon
24 May 2011

Lamborghini chief executive Stephan Winkelmann has announced that that the firm will add an “everyday” model to its line-up.

When speaking at the Reuters Global Luxury and Fashion Summit, Winkelmann said, "We are going to have a third model. It has to be an everyday car. We want to have a car which is able to be used on a daily basis."

See pics of the Lamborghini Estoque concept saloon

As yet, however, no final decision has been made of which segment the new car will sit, although it looks likely that the car will be a four-door saloon.

Read more on the Lamborghini Estoque concept saloon

When speaking to Autocar at the end of last year, Winkelmann said, “We really have a choice when it comes to an additional model: an SUV or a four-seat four-door. And for me the SUV is a no-go. It doesn’t exist in our price segment, and it’s not a real luxury car.”

With the decision in place, he added that the company would need approximately four years for the third model to make production.

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