Lamborghini will offer the Urus crossover in 2018 -- a radical departure for the supercar maker.
There are also unconfirmed reports that Lamborghini may revive plans for a sedan based on the Estoque concept car.
Huracan: The LP 580-2 rear-wheel-drive version and the LP 610-4 Spyder both went on sale this year. Lamborghini is expected to release special editions in the next few years, but no major model changes are expected.
Centenario: The limited-edition Centenario models will be produced and restricted to a run of 40 units -- 20 coupes and 20 convertibles. The cars mark the 100-year anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth. They are based on the midengine Aventador coupe and powered by a 6.5-liter V-12 engine with horsepower upgraded to 770 from 690.
The $2 million coupe goes on sale in the fourth quarter, and the $2.3 million roadster arrives in 2017.
Aventador: The Aventador will be replaced in 2020 or 2021.
Urus: Lamborghini's first crossover will go on sale in 2018. It will use the Audi Q7 platform and possibly the Huracan's V-10 gasoline engine.