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Lamborghini Estoque (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Lamborghini Estoque (2013) | The 2013 Lamborghini Estoque faces other potholes on the road to showrooms It's not just the turbulent global economy. It's tightening fuel-economy standards in the vital U.S. market and a scheduled 2012 CO2 emissions caps in Europe. VW / Audi must meet these new limits, so every car it sells must help, Including the relative handful of Lamborghinis. Second, cost considerations suggest the 2013 Lamborghini Estoque would need to share a platform and many components with other models in the the vast VW / Audi empire. There's also talk of Estoque using a unique "blended" platform combining aluminum and carbon-fiber elements. In theory, the 2013 Lamborghini Estoque Could be designed to use any and all engines in the Audi Suitable arsenal.

VW / Audi is also working up a gas / electric hybrid power train, and however implausible That Might sound for a Lamborghini , it is another option According to Maurizio Reggiani, the company's director of Research and Development Technology. Purists, of course, would prefer a Lamborghini That power plant at least be available. Some believe the Estoque will launch with an engine identical to or very much like this, mated to a rear-mounted 6-speed automated manual transmission with steering-wheel shift paddles. The production car will almost Certainly follow the concept by having a standard all-wheel drive. Despite the added weight versus rear-wheel drive, Auto Week magazine of toll Reggiani That the Estoque will be "lighter than anything else out there" - the which tends to confirm rumors of exotic structural materials.

As for the rest of it, the 2013 Lamborghini Estoque should retain the concept's wedge, low-roof, coupe-style silhouette, Gallardo-like nose and tail, and cozy, leather-lined four-passenger cockpit.  A sedan it may be, but the 2013 Lamborghini Estoque should have expected all the technical hallmarks of this brand. That means all-independent double-wishbone suspension, big 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS, an Audi-sourced anti skid and traction-control system, and a full complement of airbags. Though specifics are still far from Decided, Likely the goodies list would show 20 - and / or 21-inch wheels with high-speed tires, a voice-controlled disc-drive navigation system with music storage and wireless-device connections, and a version of Audi's Drive Select system allows tailoring That suspension, steering, and throttle responses through Several driver-selected modes.

The idea of a diesel-powered Lamborghini may seem weird, but "oil-burner" engines will be essential for Europe, where Diesels account for about 50 percent of all cars sold, even in the high-lux league. We doubt Americans would get a diesel Estoque, if only for Reasons image, but you never can tell. Technical aspects aside, the Estoque - assuming it's actually built - will the make history simply as Lamborghini's first production four-door sedan.

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