Well, such is the way the world works – one eventually has to pander to the demands which scream “daily driver,” even if you happen to be making supercars. According to a report, Automobili Lamborghini is mulling over the addition of an “everyday” model to its line-up, so says its CEO, Stephan Winkelmann.

“We are going to have a third model. It has to be an everyday car. We want to have a car which is able to be used on a daily basis,” Winkelmann was quoted as saying. Of course, the company hasn’t quite firmed up yet in which segment the car will belong to, but he added that once a decision is made, it’ll take about four years to put the new bull on the road.

The report adds that Winkelmann states that Lambo isn’t planning to work with a partner on the new model, but he did also say that the company will use synergies where possible within the Volkswagen group.

In related news, the new Aventador is certainly turning out to be a brisk seller – not due until the second half of the year is it due, but it’s already sold out for the first one and a half years of its production. And, while sales haven’t quite returned to the heady levels of 2007, the company’s record year in which it sold 2,430 cars, Lambo should be well on the way to around 1,500 cars this year, a couple hundred more than in 2010.