The first images of the all-new Lamborghini Estoque – the Italian marque’s sensational new four-seater – have leaked onto the web ahead of the supercar’s debut at the Paris motor show tomorrow.
After a series of drip-feed teaser images and sketches, the sleek and sharp looks of Lamborghini’s new 2+2 do not disappoint.
The Estoque will be billed as a concept in Paris tomorrow, but sources close to the project have revealed that Lamborghini plans to launch the model as a fully fledged production car. With it, Lambo plans to take the fight to Porsche’s forthcoming Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide.
The front-engined, four-wheel-drive Estoque is expected to use the V10 engine from the Gallardo (and also the Audi RS6) rather than the Murcielago’s V12.
Volkswagen Group sources have suggested that it’s based on a version of the aluminium spaceframe that underpins the Audi A8.
We’ll know more - and have fresh pictures live from the Paris motor show floor - when the Estoque’s covers come off tomorrow afternoon (2 October).