Lamborghini Cabrera digitially imagined

by SpeedLux

Carbon Designs has created a render of the replacement of the Lamborghini Gallardo which will supposedly get the “Cabrera” moniker.

The Gallardo is due for retirement later in the year and so Lamborghini is expected to reveal its long-awaited and highly-anticipated successor. Not much details is available about the successor as of now, but it is believed the entry-level model will take styling cues from the Aventador and Sesto Elemento which will be mixed with the Veneno and the radical Egoista concept.

There are rumors that Cabrera will be powered by a V10 engine capable of generating around 610 HP (448 kW) and approximately 575 Nm (424 lb-ft) of torque. The super car will be able to accelerate to 0-62 mph (0-100 kmph) run in 3.2 seconds. It will have a four-wheel drive system and a dual-clutch gearbox.

There are chances that the Gallardo replacement may be showcased by Lamborghini in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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