Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali briefly told reporters that though the brand could add the new model to their line-up, he added that the determining factor rested on the success of their upcoming SUV, the Urus. Lamborghini is expected to introduce this SUV in 2018, and also has a plug-in hybrid version of the car in the works.
"We need to make sure the third model (Urus) will be stable enough for us to think about a fourth model," said CEO Stefano Domenicali. What’s interesting about the new car is that it will be underpinned by a modular platform that could be used throughout the line-up. It will be quite unlike the Aventador and Huracan which use separate platforms. The main benefit being the reduced costs involved in building a new car from the scratch.
Since the Urus is expected from Lamborghini in 2018, it is possible that the brand could debut this entry level sportscar by the year 2021.