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 |  Dec 18 2013, 3:20 PM

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The Lamborghini Huracan has been spied testing in the snow and cold, sporting some extra lights to brave the winter. 

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 |  Aug 08 2013, 8:31 AM

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A successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo has been rumored for several years now, and this might just be a prototype of the car, rumored to be called the Cabrera, out testing out in the wild.

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 |  Jun 17 2013, 9:32 AM

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Look out for another concept car from Lamborghini this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show if the latest rumors prove to be true.

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 |  Aug 27 2012, 6:45 PM

The successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo is set to launch sometime in 2014, with a more simplified list of variations on the model.

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 |  Mar 12 2012, 9:02 AM

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The successor to the popular Lamborghini Gallardo model is expected to make its debut next year and is currently rumored to be named “Cabrera.”

The current Gallardo model has been on the market – with 12,000 built – since 2003 without any major changes to its exterior, showing just how well an appropriately wild design can age. Lambo is hoping to repeat this success with an all new design that will be a revolution, not an evolution, according to Lamborghini’s CEO.

In a recent interview with Car and Driver, CEO Stephan Winkelmann said that the new Cabrera will make a “clear cut” from the Gallardo: “We always say that design is not an evolution but a revolution, and this will be the philosophy of the follow-up to the Gallardo.”

The new Cabrera will replace the Gallardo as the entry-level Lambo and will be an all-wheel drive exotic sporting an upgraded version of the current V10 engine. Early estimates have the Cabrera achieving around 600-hp with a dual-clutch automatic transmission. Surprisingly, Lamborghini has confirmed in order for the new car to work seamlessly, the Cabrera will not have a manual transmission option.

In order to keep the price tag affordable and respectable, Lamborghini won’t be employing the excessive use of carbon fiber which was found in their Aventador model. With that said, Lamborghini is still aiming to have the successor weigh in less than the current-generation Gallardo.

We just hope that the new Cabrera will have more influences than not from the Sesto Elemento (seen above).

GALLERY: Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

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[Source: Car&Driver]