Lamborghini of America COO Michael Lock has revealed the 2014 Gallardo successor will have a simplified product lineup.
Lamborghini of America COO Michael Lock has revealed new details about the 2014 Gallardo successor.
Speaking with Car & Driver, the executive said the model will have a streamlined product lineup for increased profitability and less confusion.
There will still be coupes and convertibles as well as rear- and all-wheel drive, but company might not offer as many different combinations. According to Lock, models like the LP570-4 Spyder Performante (essentially a lightweight, all-wheel drive roadster) might have confused consumers without adding much benefit to the brand.
This leads the magazine to speculate the all-wheel drive convertibles will be dropped and the lightweight models will be restricted to coupes only.
Lock declined to dive into powertrain details, but the model will be offered exclusively with a dual-clutch automatic transmission.