Supercar builder Lamborghini is set to return to its roots - with new saloon and crossover cars it says will be launched by 2014.
Inspired by Porsche, which has enjoyed success with its Cayenne and Panamera models, Lamborghini
is reported to be running two prototypes already – one crossover and one saloon.
A decision on which will be made first will be part of celebrations for the company’s 50th anniversary, in 2013.
Lamborghini has already shown the Estoque saloon concept at the 2008 Paris Motor Show and any production model will likely take cues from the four-door show-car.
Power will come from the 552bhp V10 used in the Gallardo, with power delivered to all-four wheels.
According to our sources, the crossover model gets a sporty, coupe-inspired look, much like the BMW X6. Unlike the BMW though, it will be two-door only and could ride on the same platform as the Porsche Cayenne.
Which car do you think should be built? Or should Lamborghini just stick to making exotic supercars? Leave your comments below.