Lamborghini Estoque Concept Video
Lamborghini Estoque Concept Video Transcript
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>> Here's what you always wanted, the family Lamborghini. This four-door Coupe Concept is longer than anything we'd ever seen from the raging bull. They call it the Estoque. No particular engine has been mentioned yet. This is a concept, but expect the motor to be shared with one of Lamborghini's current models if it went into production. And for that motor to leave just behind the front axel, so they can claim some degree of mid-enginess, but of course, there are seats in the back. Two rows of seats, total of four people, a first for the raging bull. You can see how they're filling up the market for a way to expand the model range and perhaps answer the upcoming Porsche Panamera. Front, back or side, you have to give Lamborghini credit for not just stretching the Gallardo or Murcielago. Inside there's an LCD panel that can be set to analog or digital instrument display -- virtually speaking. And yes, this will be the first Lamborghini ever with a rear seat entertainment system, just in case the kids can't appreciate a V-10 or turbo V-8. ^M00:01:15 [ Music ]
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