Forget what you know about raging bulls. Lamborghini wants to show you a softer side of Italian supercars with its forthcoming SUV, which it is targetted at women and families.
So says CEO Stefano Domenicali, who moved to the company's top spot in March. Since then, he's been calling for a change in tone at the Volkswagen Group-owned house. Where the sharp-edged V-12 and V-10 aggression of the Murcielago, Gallardo, and Aventador reigned supreme for years, Domenicali said, buyers can expect to see something different in the next few years.
"A bull is always aggressive, but I would like to give us a new philosophy toward the future: A bull can be gentle," he said.