Gallardo Replacement on its way
The Gallardo is one of the most recognizable cars worldwide, outselling even the Countach, Diablo, Murcielago and the Aventador. Eight years since its unveiling, the Sant’Agata model is heading for retirement, which means a replacement might be on its way. Car Advice revealed some information about the future model as it was divulged by Lamborghini exec Fintan Knight at the Sydney Motor Show. The future Lamborghini will no longer be available with a manual transmission, but the rear-wheel drive is still on the agenda in parallel to the all-wheel-drive versions.
Another thing dropped by Lamborghini is the future use of hybrid technology for the unnamed supercar as the Italian car maker will stick to its naturally-aspirated engines. Knight added that certain features from the limited-edition carbon fiber-centric Sesto Elemento will be used for the new car, but declined to give any further details.
There is no word on the arrival date of the future supercar but, officials confirmed that it will bear the legacy of another fighting bull.