Lamborghini announced today that it would be restarting production on Monday, May 4, and as part of the announcement revealed a new model to be unveiled on May 7.

“We continue to nurture the dreams of our fans and customers, and on 7 May, through a virtual launch, we will present a new car in order to complete our model range,” said Stefano Domenicali, Lamborghini CEO.

So far, the automaker has revealed no more about the car, but back in March, Squadra Corse released a teaser video for a V12 hypercar it was working on for track use . Admittedly, though, the “complete the model range” is a bit cryptic and we wonder if a V12 track toy qualifies as a vehicle that completes a model range. This is Lamborghini, though, so its needs are different from most others.

Lamborghini also plans to fire up its Sant’Agata Bolognese plant on Monday. The return to production follows easing restrictions in Italy. As of May 4, the country’s “phase 2” begins, allowing Italians to visit close relatives, provided they are in the same region, because travel between Italy’s regions is still forbidden.

The government still asks citizens to maintain a distance of at least one meter, though outside exercise is now being allowed. Funerals are now also allowed to take place, though masks and limits on attendance are still in place.

The grim matter of funerals will be an important one. Although deaths are now falling, W ednesday still saw 323 deaths as a result of the virus . The total as of April 29 was 27,682, though deaths should be slowing.

Lamborghini says it has joined union leaders to make this decision. The company was the first Italian automaker to shut down production on March 13 and says it has measures in place to reduce the risk of transmission.