2014 Lamborghini Cabrera – The 2014 Lamborghini Cabrera has come a bit older, so it’s natural that Lamborghini has his successor in the works. Known as Cabrera, the new model has been tested Nürburgring quite heavy camouflage, but not enough to car designer and illustrator AutoWeek Marco van Overbeeke stop from providing what he thinks will look when it is completed.
More likely to receive instances referred to Cabrera, the new bull from Sant’Agata Bolognese is rumored to pack a 5.2-liter normally aspirated V10 engine developing 600 hp 447 kW. It is an all-wheel drive configuration and the power will be transmitted using a dual-clutch seven speed gearbox. It is offered at least special radical manual transmission, but expenditure has a rear-wheel drive design.
After comparing the pictures and photos Cabrera test in Nürburgring, which is not too much to say that the upcoming V10 engine, all-wheel drive Lamborghini could imagine something like van Overbeeke. Feel free to visit the photo galleries below and compare car Nürburgring with artwork. Then tell us what you think in the comments.
2014 Lamborghini Cabrera promised to get that we make the first details about the successor to Lamborghini Gallardo just in time for Christmas, which we think that these leaked images are real. The images originally appeared in the Italian website lastampa, but the boys managed about Cars Coops to make it right before the Italian website picked it up. This text message Indicates these images back to the real deal, but who knows.The 2014 Lamborghini Cabrera is by far the most successful model in the history of Lamborghini. But even more updates and derivatives of what we can say after a decade on the market, which has grown a bit in the proverbial teeth to the point that rarely registered in the comparison.