Spyshots: Lamborghini Cabrera Now Shows Details

Spyshots: Lamborghini Cabrera Now Shows Details 4 photos
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Please notice the elegant way in which gentleman in the adjacent picture is holding the phone to his ear. Oh, yes, the image also includes a Lamborghini Cabrera test vehicle. And may we just say that this is the first time when the supercar loses its heavy black camo, so we can actually see its shapes.
Sure, the Gallardo successor still has the usual psychedelic wrap, but we can now get a pretty good idea about its details. If you’re still not impressed, you can check out the Cabrera renderings we gave you earlier this month, as they have proved to be rather accurate.

Some of the early fears that the Cabrera would look like a Lamborghini Aventador miniature cand now be dismissed. Yes, the two will follow the same styling language, but Lamborghini won’t use a “all-cars-look-the-same” design approach like its Audi parent company.

As for the Gallardo’s tech side, the first question is whether Lamborghini has managed to reduce the costs of of its carbon fiber production even further, which would allow the Cabrera to follow the Aventador’s lead - the Gallardo, which came to the market in 2003, uses an aluminum construction.

It’s also interesting to see what Lamborghini will do with the car’s AWD system, as the Gallardo currently uses one that does feature electronic control. Once again, the Aventador’s system, which obviously does come with electronic supervision for the power delivery, is a good clue.
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