New renderings with the Lamborghini Cabrera have recently hit the web and they might provide us with a first look into the upcoming supercar.
The Italian based automaker Lamborghini is currently working on the development of a successor for its popular Gallardo, which will be named the Cabrera, and it seems that the model is ending up in our news on a daily basis. The newest images showing the so-called Lamborghini Cabrera are renderings, which may give us a first look into the final production version of the upcoming supercar. The Cabrera will have the tough job of replacing the Gallardo, after 13,000 units of the rear mid-engined vehicle have been produced.
The Lamborghini Cabrera, in its final production version, is expected to be powered by an updated version of the current 5.2 liter V10 naturally aspirated engine, which should produce a total output of 600 HP (447 kW) and 541 Nm of torque (400 lb-ft). Gallardo’s successor should weigh less than 1,500 kg and rather than using the same platform from the Aventador, as originally planned, Lamborghini will actually continue on the same path as the R8 and share a lot of components with the German supercar. The concept car should be unveiled in September, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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