Lamborghini has denied plans to introduce a crossover concept at the Beijing Motor Show.
Following yesterday's report, Lamborghini has denied plans to introduce an SUV concept at the Beijing Motor Show.
Speaking with Autocar, a spokesperson neither confirmed nor denied the SUV and said "As there are no plans to build the Estoque saloon, people are speculating that there will be an SUV - but nothing is confirmed."
Regardless, Quattroruote says the company is developing an SUV/crossover that will be based on the next-generation Porsche Cayenne and feature styling that is heavily influenced by the Aventador. Code named LB 736, power will reportedly be provided by a 575 PS (423 kW / 567 hp) V10 engine, but there's also word of a hybrid variant with 700 PS (515 kW / 690 hp).