While everyone expected great things from Lamborghini at the recent Paris Auto Show, the Italian company only brought theSesto Elemento Concept leaving all of us a little disappointed in the Italian automaker. That disappointment, however, may be short lived as Lamborghini is rumored to be bringing out a Performance version of the Gallardo LP570-4 in March 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. If you remember the LP570-4 Superleggera Spyder that was caught testing at Nurburgring, then you’ve already caught a glimpse of the future vehicle.
The LP570-4 Performance will be distinguished by two black stripes covering the entire body, with the Performance name on the side. There will also be a glass-made engine hood borrowed from the Concept S and wheels from the LP570-4 Gallardo Superleggera .
Regarding its numbers, this performance version will be 67 lbs lighter than the LP560-4 Spyder and it will deliver 570 HP with a top speed of 201 mph. Prices will start at € 182.900.
We don’t really know if we should buy into this rumor, though. Lamborghini is said to be debuting the "Jota", or whatever it’s name is going to be, at the same Geneva show and two huge cars at one show might be overkill in Lamborghini’s dollar sign eyes. What do you guys think? Hit us up in the comments section below.
UPDATE 10/29/2010: Well, turns out we might have been right about the Superleggera Spyder not debuting at the Geneva Motor Show. New rumors suggest that the Gallardo LP570-4 Performance will be making its grand appearance at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Good news? We think so.