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What?! Lamborghini May Build Four-Door Aventador

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On: Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 1:45PM | By: Chris Weiss

What?! Lamborghini May Build Four-Door Aventador

A Lamborghini sedan has been rumored since the Raging Bull unveiled the Estoque concept in 2008. Those rumors were largely put to rest when Lamborghini unveiled the Urus concept at the recent 2012 Beijing Motor Show. The logic is that the Urus crossover beat out an Estoque-inspired sedan for the third and final model slot in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Still, some voices say that Lamborghini hasn't abandoned the sedan entirely. The latest such voice explains that the first Lamborghini four-door may come by way of a four-seat Aventador.

In a greater Lamborghini outlook, Automobile magazine reports of a Lamborghini GT model that could debut next year. The magazine describes the model as roomier and softer edged and says that Lamborghini may try to pack two small seats in the back. To help make access a little easier, the Bull is considering adding some type of rear doors. Automobile mentions small suicide panels, and we can't help but imagine a pair of upswinging Lambo doors that pivot toward the rear, though that's certainly wishful thinking. It's not exactly a proper sedan, but it is a four-door Lamborghini of sorts.

The Aventador GT will sit on an extended wheelbase and likely be a bit toned down in style thanks to its larger build. The car will purportedly debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and may or may not make production.

The GT model isn't the only new Aventador we'll see next year, according to the report. Lamborghini will show the Aventador Roadster model at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The new convertible will use a pair of easy-to-install/remove roof panels to go from hard hat to open air.

For a deeper look at upcoming Lambo products, hit the link below for Automobile's full report.


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