The Lamborghini Gallardo will be replaced by the Cabrera in 2014 and the new model should borrow some styling cues from the Sesto Elemento.
After it was one of the most produced Lamborghini supercars, the Gallardo is getting ready to leave the production line and get a successor, just like its larger brother, the Murcielago, has been replaced by the Aventador. But being such a popular choice, the Lamborghini Gallardo’s successor, which is rumored to be the Cabrera, is expected to be even more fun to drive than the model it’s replacing and we will find out if that’s true in a couple of years, because the production version of the Cabrera should hit the market in 2014.
The Lamborghini Cabrera is expected to be powered by a similar engine to the one found on the current Gallardo, which will still get the capacity of 5.2 liters out of the 10 cylinders “shaped” in V, but thanks to a supercharger, the unit will produce over 600 horsepower. The Cabrera’s engine will be mated to a six-speed manual transmission and power will be sent to the rear wheels. The unit will help the supercar to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds before reaching a top speed of 203 mph.