Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann gave a little more insight into the future of a long-rumored Lamborghini SUV this week when he spoke to German newspaper about the company's plans.
"We definitely need a third line in the mid- and long term," Winkelmann said. "An SUV would be the first Lamborghini for everyday use, not just for the race track or weekends. We would have the opportunity to win new customers. ... It usually takes 48 months until an all-new vehicle arrives at dealers, so the new Lamborghini would not be available to buy before 2017."
Said SUV (artistically rendered above) will make its concept debut next week at the Beijing Motor Show to test public reception. Considering the Porsche Cayenne's not-so-attractive features and the downright ugly Bentley SUV, we have no doubt the Lambo will leave a lasting desire.