Lamborghini's new Estoque four-door has been photographed from almost every angle since its unveiling in Paris, but in all the fanfare many snappers overlooked the interior. Lamborghini has ensured the cabin gets its share of the limelight by releasing new interior images that showcase the Estoque's inner beauty. Hit the gallery to check out the new pics.
The luxurious production-ready interior is in keeping with the car's exotic heritage while, on the face of it, appearing quite practical and user friendly. Featuring double-stitched leather, satellite navigation and 'infotainment' systems, wheel-mounted controls and column-mounted stalks (that actually look like they are intended for use), the Estoque's interior looks like just the kind of fare for wealthy sheiks and Europe's finest.
The Estoque is expected to seat four while providing enough cargo space - it seems absurd to use that term in relation to a Lamborghini - to gobble up 'several golf bags'.
With an expected asking price around USD$200,000, and sales volumes expected to range between 2000 and 3000 units per year (which equals Lambo's entire production at present), the Estoque is shaping up as very serious competition for Porsche, Maserati and Aston Martin.
[Source: ZER Customs]