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Lamborghini To Showcase Front-Engined GT Concept In Geneva – Report

It seems Lamborghini may release a future grand tourer at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show as well as a latest Aventador edition billed as the firm’s best model ever.

As per a fresh report, the company is making plans for a separate concept vehicle the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

Citing the auto manufacturer’s chief executive officer (CEO), Stephan Winkelmann, the concept will boast the company’s V-12 engine however it would not be based on the Aventador’s mid-engine podium.

In its place, the engine is likely to be mounted up front. The concept will still carry 2 doors and 2 seats, entailing it’s expected to be a sporty new GT vehicle like Aston Martin’s Vanquish and Ferrari’s F12 Berlinetta.

The motor vehicle could perhaps boast a version of the MSB platform being set up for the next-gen Porsche Panamera that is also likely to generate its personal two-door car similar to the original 928.

This goes with Winkelmann’s earlier remarks that the company was making plans for a “one-off” car in order to commemorate its fiftieth anniversary in the year 2013.

The new Aventador edition, also due at Geneva, will be developed in restricted numbers.

The company has also stated formerly that it only builds up concepts for cars it has the aim of fabricating, though concluding support always comes down to its parent firm.

Stephan added that the new idea is not an option to the Urus, and that everybody at the firm is still eager to make the sport utility vehicle. Construction proposals for the Urus have been held up as administration takes its time to settle on whether to grant it the authorization.

If bagged approval by Volkswagen, the Urus is likely to carry a price label between $190,000 and $250,000.

“We would require to market between 3,000 to 4,000 models per year for the Urus to validate its financial investment, and I’m sure that we could perform that. It is a conclusion they (the Volkswagen panel) will, I hope, make very shortly”, stated the firm’s chief executive officer.

Keep watching the space for more updates.

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