The brand new Lamborghini Cabrera, Gallardo’s replacement, has been spied while being tested once more, wearing some heavy camouflage on its body.
The Italian based automaker Lamborghini is currently working on the replacement of the Gallardo, which will probably be named the Cabrera. The supercar in question has been spotted testing on the road once again, but sadly the test mule is wearing some heavy camouflage on its body so its lines aren’t so visible. Even so, we can still notice that distinctive Lamborghini touch from the Sesto Elemento and even some characteristics shared with its bigger brother, the Aventador.
The prototype version of the Lamborghini Cabrera is getting narrow rear lights which are stretching on the entire rear end, quad exhaust pipes and some other tweaks which should set it apart from the current Gallardo. As for the engine found under its hood, rumors are saying that the 2015 Lamborghini Cabrera will use a 5.2 liter V10 naturally aspirated unit, which should produce a total output of 600 HP (447 kW) and 541 Nm of torque (400 lb-ft). The Cabrera and the Audi R8 will continue to be developed using the same platform and technologies. The official debut of the Lamborghini Cabrera is said to be during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, in September.
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