Lamborghini reportedly plans to debut a final edition Gallardo called the Super Trofeo at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show next month.
Lamborghini has revealed they will be unleashing a "super sports car" for the Frankfurt Auto Show next month. Reports indicate it will be a special, final edition Gallardo called the Super Trofeo. The Italian automaker has based the roadcar Super Trofeo off of the race car's 5.2-liter V10 engine with 570hp and 398 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a six-speed e-gear paddle shift transmission and race spec suspension. The Super Trofeo will also likely have a lower weight thanks in part to the use of composite materials.
Total weight will only be around 2,866 pounds - 88 pounds less than the Superleggera. It may also receive a whole host of aerodynamic tweaks with a big wing at the rear and a very low front splitter. It's predicted to go from 0-60 mph in an insane time of 3.0 seconds with a top speed of 210 mph. Production will likely be limited to only 30 units. The Gallardo will be replaced next year by an all-new model that is rumored to be called Cabrera. The Italian automaker is also planning a roadster version of the Aventador that will likely find its way to market by the end of 2012.
Pricing for the Gallardo Super Trofeo is expected to reach somewhere in the neighborhood of £200,000 or roughly $330,000.