A couple months after the very first spyshots of the Lamborghini Gallardo successor emerged, currently dubbed the Lamborghini Cabrera, another prototype was recently spotted testing under heavy camouflage.
Unsurprisingly, Lamborghini is keeping its cards very close to its chest when it comes to the long-awaited successor to the Gallardo meaning that very few styling details about this prototype are visible. With that being said however, this Lamborghini Cabrera prototype is sporting a drastically different shape to the current Gallardo.
One of the most notable features of the Lamborghini Cabrera will be its redesigned rear-end. From the side, the sharp lines first featured on the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento then passed down to the Lamborghini Aventador, are extremely evident. Additionally, this prototype features slightly offset quad-exhaust pipes at the rear, as well as what appears to be a very long and narrow rear light stretching across the entire width of the Italian supercar.
Another notable change at the rear-end, is the dramatically redesigned engine cover. With a similar shape and profile to the Aventador’s, it features three panes of overlapping glass stretching to the roof rather than one single sheet reaching towards the cabin. It’s unclear if such a feature will be present on the production version.
Under the hood, the Lamborghini Cabrera is expected to feature a 600hp 5.2-liter V10 engine. A debut in concept form is sadly not happening at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show 2013 in September but likely for the Geneva Motor Show 2014.