According to recent reports, Lamborghini is planning to launch several new models in the next two or three years. Future models are expected to include the Estoque four-door, the limited-production Sesto Elemento and a Gallardo replacement, rumored to be named Cabrera.
Lamborghinis major new-model release for 2011 is the Aventador LP700-4, which was officially introduced at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show as the successor to the Murcielago. Expected to go into production later this year, the Lamborghini Aventador has reportedly been sold out (for at least the next year) within just a few days after its Geneva debut.
The model expected to be launched after the Aventador is the limited-production version of the Sesto Elemento concept car, followed by another concept-based model, the Estoque. The latter would become a rival to the next-gen Porsche Panamera, Audi A8 and Bentley Continental. Besides the four-door version, Lamborghini could also offer the Estoque as a GT coupe.
Another newcomer to the Lambo family will be a replacement for the soon-to-be-discontinued Gallardo, and the press suggests that it could be dabbed the Cabrera, after one of the foundational bloodlines of Spanish fighting bulls. This entry-level Lamborghini is rumored to arrive in 2013, preceded by the Sesto Elemento in 2012 and followed by the Estoque in 2014.