Two years ago when Lamborghini announced the Urus, it created a massive shockwave. The SUV was the brand’s first ‘practical’ car after its LM002 off-roading truck ceased production in 1993. 

The boys at the Raging Bull clearly aren’t content with just a slice of the everyday-car pie, especially since the manufacturer had just hinted that it’ll not only soon join the grand touring scene, but also dabble with all-electric motoring — finally. 

This announcement came earlier this week when Lamborghini’s Research & Development head, Maurizio Reggiani revealed that a fourth model line might be in the works, joining the Huracan, Aventador and Urus in the prestigious stable. This car will also reportedly take the shape of a sedan, only its electric prowess will give it an edge to compete within a growing market instead of a matured one. 

Here’s what we know about Lamborghini’s latest.