Lamborghini Gallardo Successor Exclusively Rendered

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The next-generation Gallardo will be limited to a handful of models. Here’s an interpretation of what they may look like.

As we've recently pointed out, when the Lamborghini replaces the Gallardo with a brand-new entry level Raging Bull, the catalogue of models will be heavily streamlined. The new model, possibly called the Cabrera or perhaps the Huracan (names registered by the marque) will initially come in closed coupe form offered in all-wheel and rear-wheel drive configurations. And taking a page straight out of Ferrari's playbook, it'll be without the choice of a manual gearbox.

Following the launch of the coupe will be a new Spyder edition, most likely in either RWD or AWD but not both, and then the lightweight, race-inspired V10-powered Superleggera (or some such moniker). Until the new supercar is fully revealed, Lambocars have come up with these smart renderings of the trio of cars Lamborghini will likely limit the next-gen Gallardo to, which you can see is a nice blend of the Aventador and Sesto Elemento.

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