The Lamborghini Estoque is a concept car built by Lamborghini. Unlike the current production Lamborghini cars, which are mid-engine two-seat sports cars, the Lamborghini Estoque is a sedan four-door.
The Lamborghini Estoque was introduced at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. The Lamborghini Estoque is the first front-engine car by Lamborghini from the LM002 utility vehicle. It is described as a concept for a $ 230,000 four-door sedan “. It currently houses a 5.2 liter V10 engine, although there has been considerable speculation that the V12, V8, or perhaps a hybrid or turbo diesel, as suggested by the Brand Director Lamborghini’s, Manfred Fitzgerald. As with other Lamborghinis, the Estoque gets its name from the sports culture of bullfighting: An estoque type of sword traditionally used by the Matadors.
22 March 2009 that production for the Lamborghini Estoque were canceled. Lamborghini executives responded to this by saying that the Estoque not reached the planning stage production and that the decision to produce Lamborghini Estoque or not late for sales and marketing considerations. Stephan Winkelmann, chairman of Lamborghini’s, has since indicated that Lamborghini four-door, explaining that as a response to the Lamborghini Estoque was likely Lamborghini supercar market. However, Winkelmann said Lamborghini has no plans to manufacture the Lamborghini Estoque concept car.