Finally the last unit of Lamborghini Gallardo ever – a LP570-4 Spyder Performante painted in “Rosso Mars” color – has rolled off the production line in Sant’Agata. It has had a successful run of over 10 years, during which a total of 14,021 Gallardos had been sold, making the V10 star the company’s longest-running model to date. The last car – 14,022 Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante, will soon be part of a Lamborghini’s private collector garage.
In fact, the baby Lambo accounts for nearly 50% of Lamborghini’s all-time production total since its foundation in 1963. Furthermore, Gallardo had played an incredible role in strengthening company’s position in International market and has been regarded as one of the most highly acclaimed car launched by company.
Without wasting any time! The Italian sportscar maker has opened a teaser microsite for the Gallardo’s replacement – widely tipped to be called the Cabrera. The site (www.hexagonproject.com) shows an Aventador-style flip-up-and-press push start button, and will play a short burst of the engine sound – but only if you share it on your Facebook first.
The Italy’s luxurious car manufacturing company have not really commented over the replacement of Gallardo, but it is likely that the successor would be named as Cabrera. This new vehicle could be powered with naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine, which has the capacity to develop maximum power output of 600bhp.
Check out the teaser picture, after a jump.