Lamborghini Cabrera Shoots Flames, Reveals Part of Its Interior [Photo Gallery]
You see, the Cabrera is the car that replaces the most successful Lambo ever made, the V10 that people who weren't billionaires could still afford to buy and maybe even drive on an everyday basis. By the time the Gallardo goes out of production, it will have lived through a decade of production and tens of versions and special editions.
Big shoes to fill? You bet! But the Cabrera brings new toys to the supercar game. It seems the car will have full-LED headlights. As these new spy photos reveal, the Cabrera also has some crazy new interior elements. It looks like they fitted it with pop-up air vents, four of them. The design is very angular, although we could just be looking at prototype parts.
Another interesting detail revealed for the first time today is the upper air intake system, behind the window, which appears to be split in two for extra visual impact.
Speaking of visual impact, the V10 motor is breathing flames out the back, which is quite dramatic to see. Cold weather and aggressive engine management both contribute to this powerful visual element which is appreciated by many supercar lovers.
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