Gallardo Successor Render Looks Very Close

Rendering

Latest rendering looks to be damn close to the real deal.

Lamborghini says it’ll reveal details and photos of its long awaited Gallardo successor sometime before the Christmas holiday. You can literally count down the days at this point. While waiting for that day to arrive, the crew over at Only The Best were invited to go behind the scenes at the Lamborghini factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese. Pictures obviously weren’t allowed, but they did manage to spot a few completed examples of Lambo’s latest. This rendering was created based on what they saw.

Some interesting tidbits of info also came of the visit. Apparently, the new supercar won’t have scissor doors (reserved for V12 models only) and it won’t be called Cabrera. What it does have is rear styling similar to that of the Aventador along with a 5.2-liter V10 that’ll produce 600 horsepower. While the speculation is growing increasingly tiresome, we only have to wait a little while longer for Lamborghini to reveal the full skinny. In the meantime enjoy the rendering. It’s about as damn close to the real deal as we’re going to get.

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