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According to our buddy Chris Paukert, formerly of Autoblog, who's now posting for Winding Road, AutoExpress reports Lambo's scuttled plans to build successors to its Espada GT and super-bad LM002 SUV (pictured) of the last millennium. Word had been swirling for years that a project to build a new 2+2 — an homage to the company's odd Espada of the 1970s — was on, then off, then on again. Likewise for a new, high performance SUV — less radical than the shikh-bait LM002 — based on the VW Touareg / Porsche Cayanne / Audi Q7. Both projects are reportedly off, but there's not word on whether the company will do the right thing and build the Miura concept for production.

Lamborghini shelves plans for SUV, four-place supercoupe [Winding Road]

Edmunds Animates the Lamborghini Espada [internal]