Some spy shots during testing on the Nurburgring, the Cabrera seems to be taking the design cues from the Aventador. Aimed to fill the entry-level slot in Lamborghini’s line-up, the Cabrera is said to be equipped with a upgraded version of the current Gallardo 5.2L V10 engine. With the power being pumped up to 600-horsepower, it might bear the LP 600-4 tag.
Like most basic Lamborghinis, all-wheel drive will surely be coming as standard. But the most anticipated change is probably the one done to the car’s mechanical configuration, where the e-gear automated manual might be swapped with a modern seven-speed dual clutch transmission.