With the expected public debut of the Lamborghini Gallardo’s successor just four months away, Lamborghini is furiously continuing development of its new entry-level supercar before Geneva.
The latest Gallardo successor prototype was recently spied testing in the rain wearing heavier camouflage than previous prototypes have been equipped with. Despite the additional camo, the new styling traits of the Gallardo’s successor are evident. Generally speaking, it is said that Lamborghini’s latest mid-engined supercar will draw heavily on the Aventador for design inspiration albeit on a smaller scale.
During a recent factory visit, the team at Only The Best managed to see a selection of undisguised prototypes with one model being finished in Lamborghini’s iconic Verde Ithaca lime green. From a styling perspective, it is claimed that the car looks very similar to the rendering above. Additionally, it can be confirmed that it features a redesigned rear window which is finished off with a similar grille finish to the legendary Lamborghini Miura.
At the rear, the Gallardo successor features sharp styling reminiscent of the Aventador’s. What’s more, it is claimed that production of the new Lamborghini supercar has already started even though the car is months away from being revealed! Unsurprisingly, the Gallardo’s successor will feature LP600-4 in its name.