We’ll have to wait until 2014 for the successor to Lamborghini’s much loved Gallardo. This gives us plenty of time to speculate, and one of the best renderings we’ve seen so far come from our friends over at LamboCars. The pictures you see below show what a normal, Spyder and a Superleggera model of the upcoming sports car would look like. Obviously, they take heavy influence from the Sesto Elemento and the current Lamborghini design language!
The Gallardo has been a best-selling model for Lamborghini. Over 12,000 have been built so far, helped by an accessible price tag and a unique blend of Italian flair with German reliability. Of course, it’s starting to look a little old now so it is time for a replacement!
Enter the LP600-4, LamboCars prediction for the entry-level Lamborghini. At the moment, names look likely to be either Cabrera or Huracán as these were recently trademarked by Lamborghini. In the pictures you’ll see a mid-engined sportscar with similar styling to the current Gallardo and the Sesto Elemento. Body panels have the same ‘stealth fighter’ look about them, while the Spyder gets a near identical roof design.
Of course, the latest rumours suggest that the new Gallardo will feature it’s characteristic all-wheel drive system, coupled to an upgraded version of the V10 found in the current Gallardo. This engine should provide almost 600 horsepower with a dual-clutch automatic transmission to transfer that power onto the tarmac!
Enjoy the renders!