Yep...basically already "confirmed", rumor is persistent...2WD, lighter, limited (not more than 300-500) and very expensive.Indeed, STS confirmed. Big aero, 2WD, lighter version and 670HP...very limited,way more expensive and hard to get...but last of the last V10 non hybrid. Spoke to a test driver from Lambo 2 weeks ago during a track day in Italy. He drove the mule and this STS will be The thing to own, drive and keep forever. Let’s stay tuned but some dealers are already keeping an informal list of pre-orders so that when the factory makes the announcement, they will be ready to move fast (without guarantee though)
You're not alone in this boat. Myself I really appreciate the AWD of the Performante and the lack of it rules out the future STS for me.Yep...basically already "confirmed", rumor is persistent...2WD, lighter, limited (not more than 300-500) and very expensive.
A friend called it the "unicorn" of the current Huracan generation but I have to admit I am more than happy that I got my new(!) Performante in time.
The Performante "successor" STS maybe be lighter and more desirable as a collectible but it lacks AWD (important for me) and it will be way more expensive.
I can understand your wish for leaving out the touch screen (which won't happen IMO), but can you explain why you don't want 4wheel steering? I thought the latter is advantageous?This sounds promising, more so if they leave off 4wheel steering and the touch screen. But my guess is they will only be offered in a coupe so no more topless driving.
Yep...it seems that dealers have an internal grading system now and your relationship with the dealer is essential because Lamborghini "asks" them.My dealer is saying the same things mentioned in this post about the STS. He emphaized the STS will be VERY limited, in fact he told me straight up that they might only get 1 car.
He also mentioned Lamborghini now has an internal grading system similar to Ferrari/Porsche where they grade customers on how many new cars they purchased, Ad Personam, how events you attended and comments from the dealer so allocation will be based on that and your relationship with your dealer. Fingers crossed I get a shot to buy one.
Rough. Not a fan of this kind of policy but they can do whatever they want.Yep...it seems that dealers have an internal grading system now and your relationship with the dealer is essential because Lamborghini "asks" them.