In other words, the Estoque is more of a Gran Turismo than a four-door variant of the Murcielago, and as such, Lamborghini’s answer to the Porsche Panamera and its ilk, is a very large car. To put it into figures, the concept is a whopping 5.15 meters (16.89 feet) long and 1.99 meters (6.53 feet) wide, with a height of only 1.35 metres (4.43 feet). The wheelbase is a grand 3.01 meters (9.88 feet).
Under the super long hood and right behind the front axle we find the Gallardo LP-560’s 10-cylinder engine. Since Lamborghini does not mention any changes, we gather that the 5.2-liter V10’s output remains the same at 560 Hp at 8,000 rpm. Like all contemporary Lamborghini models, the Estoque is also equipped with permanent all-wheel drive.
Interestingly, the Italian automaker supports in its press release that a complementary alternative could be a turbocharged eight-cylinder unit derived from the 5.2L V10 or even more fascinating, a particularly economical V8 petrol engine with a hybrid module or an extremely high-performance TDI turbo diesel. We’re pretty sure that the last two options aren’t going to be left uncommented by Lambo’s hardcore fans.
The million dollar question though isn’t the powertrain choices but whether or not the Estoque will find its way into production. Officially, Lamborghini says that the Estoque is a pure concept car, a design exercise that is based on a totally feasible technical concept. In other words, what Lamborghini is trying to say in a diplomatic way is that, if buyers like it, we can definitely build it.