The Lamborghini Gallardo has been on the market now for the better part of a decade. Along the way, it has led to countless variants: some with roofs, some without, some with all-wheel drive, some with rear, some with as less than 500 horsepower and some with nearly 570. Soon the entire range will be replaced with a new model thought to be called Cabrera, but before it does, word on the strada is that the Raging Bull marque is planning one last hurrah.
And what a hurrah it will be. Reportedly based on the Super Trofeo race car that’s fielded in the spec racing series of the same name, a “Super Trofeo Stradale” is tipped to debut at next month’s Frankfurt show as the final iteration of the Gallardo.
Little word at this point on just what it will entail, but expect more power and less weight than any variant that has preceded it. For reference, the track-bound Super Trofeo packs a 562-horsepower V10 but with 240 pounds less heft than the standard Gallardo and 88 pounds less than the stripped-out Superleggera. Expect the roadgoing version to hit 60 miles per hour in three seconds flat and run out to a top end of some 210 mph.
We’ll have to wait until we get to the Messe to find out more, but that’s little over a month away, so stay tuned.