Spy Shots: Lamborghini Gallardo Successor Caught Testing in the Snow
We should get the official details on the successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo in just a few days, but our spy photographers are still out trying to snap up images of the car. This time, they managed to get some shots of supercar testing in wintery conditions in Northern Sweden.
The prototype caught testing today is equipped with lots of extra lights. Of course, these lights are not actually part of the car. Rather, they are just a requirement for the conditions it was driving in.
The new supercar, which will almost certainly will be called the Huracan, but was once rumored to carry the name Cabrera, will be built on the same platform as the upcoming Audi R8, and it will be powered by an updated version of the current 5.2-liter, V-10 engine.
This revised V-10 will produce 600 horsepower, according to rumors, and the car’s total weight will be significantly reduced when compared to the current Gallardo, so it should be slightly faster and more agile than the model it will replace.
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Rumors suggest that the Gallardo’s successor will borrow design elements from the current Aventador, like its overall shape, and from the Miura, like the louvers across the entire rear window.
Lamborghini Gallardo Successor Rendering
Of course, when producing our rendering for the Gallardo’s successor, we tried to keep in mind all the rumors we had on the supercar. It should be an evolution of the current Gallardo, but with bolder lines, a more aggressive face and a touch of Aventador.