Is there room above the top-line Lamborghini Aventador for another two-seat, mid-engine super coupe? Main rival Ferrari has proven there’s no limit to what a wealthy prancing horse fan will pay to have…

Lamborghini unveils 910-hp Asterion plug-in hybrid hyper car concept

Disappointed? It's difficult to feel let down after seeing the beautiful Asterion LPI 910-4 front to back, or for that matter inside, unless you look over your shoulder for rear seats that aren't there.

It's a true beauty. Like all Lamborghinis, the Asterion's cabin is luxuriously appointed with the finest of leathers, metals and, with respect to classics from the past, camel brown leather detailing that initially looks a lot like wood, while its exterior design returns some much welcome soft lines to the storied Italian company that most recently has been chiseling nothing but doorstop wedges with more hard cut angles than an F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter.

The initial black and white profile teaser of the Asterion showed the smoother, softer lines we now see in full colour, along with a teaser message that simply stated, "Once perfection is achieved, you can just double it." This led to much speculation, with many pundits (including yours truly) suggesting that four Read Full Story
With a long history of building four-seat cars, the fact that Lamborghini has gone so long with only two-seat sports models to its name is very strange. Check out this story about an upcoming concept…

Lamborghini teases cryptic caption within coupe-like profile image

With the new Urus four-seat crossover SUV soon to augment Lamborghini's lineup beyond two-seat sports cars, and the beautiful Estoque concept introduced way back in 2008 having caused all to question when Lamborghini would bring out a four-door coupe of its own, it was only a matter of time before we received yet more news of the Italian brand's plans for an upcoming four-place car. That news may be in the form of a cryptic caption that Lamborghini released along with a teaser image of a new concept coming to the Paris Motor Show next month.

"Once perfection is achieved, you can just double it," stated Lamborghini, most likely referring to doubling the seating capacity of one of its already "perfect" sports cars. What we don't know yet is whether or not this announcement refers to an update of the Estoque in concept or production trim, or if the brand will show something altogether different utilizing two doors at the upcoming Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris next month. Anything Read Full Story