Spy Shots: Lamborghini Cabrera Drops Some Cover and Shows Off its Sharp Lines

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Let’s take a little break from the auto show debuts for a second and focus on the latest spy shots of the upcoming Lamborghini Cabrera . Our spy shooters managed to catch the new Cabrera sitting in a parking lot. and as you can see, it has finally rid itself of that nasty black camouflage. Now all that obscures our view of it is that psychedelic camouflage, which does little to hide all the sexy details of this new Lambo.

We expect Lamborghini to reveal the new Cabrera at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show , and it will offer some major updates when compared to the Gallardo — the model it will replace.

On top of being lighter than the Gallardo , it will also carry a revised V-10 engine that we expect to deliver around 600 horsepower.

Rumors suggest that it will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in about 3.2 seconds and will hit a top speed of 186 mph in its base version. More powerful variants will also come at a later date, pushing it past the 200 mph barrier.

Click past the jump to read more about the new Lamborghini Cabrera.

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The prototype caught testing today dropped the black cladding that was hiding all of the intricate details, so it’s now pretty easy to imagine what the Cabrera will look like. Its loss of the heavy camo is also a clear indication that the official debut is getting closer.

As you can see, hidden under the camouflage, are elements inspired by the Aventador and special editions, like the Sesto Elemento. The headlights are clearly inspired by the Aventador, while the front grille and the large air intakes feature a new design.

The back end is a little tougher to make out, but it looks like the taillights are similar to those on the Aventador, but the Cabrera’s sports exhaust system has twin-pipes placed on each side of the rear bumper. Additionally, the back end seems flatter than the Aventador’s rear


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