Car and Driver interviewed Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann, who said the Cabrera will make “a clear cut” from the Gallardo, adding the new design will be a revolution rather than an evolution.
The new car will of course still be a two-seater with a V10 borrowed largely from the Gallardo. But the good news is that it’s supposed to send its 600 horsepower to the AWD system via a dual-clutch automatic gearbox (only).
Carbon fiber won’t be used as much as in the Aventador, and the platform will be borrowed from VW Group. As a result, the Cabrera will share 15 to 20 percent more parts with Audis or Porsches than the current car.