The Lamborghini Cabrera was seen testing on the Nürburgring throwing out flames from the exhaust pipes while downshifting and also showing the first interior details.

The Lamborghini Cabrera was seen testing on the Nürburgring throwing out flames from the exhaust pipes while downshifting and also showing the first interior details.

From these latest spy photographs we notice the Gallardo replacement will feature an angled and minimal interior cabin design, while behind the side windows there seem to be two new air intakes. One of them is very small and the other appears to be considerably bigger and incorporated in the supercar's body.

Due most likely in 2015, the baby Lamborghini is expected to feature an upgraded 5.2-liter V10 naturally-aspirated engine outputting approximately 600 bhp (447 kW) sent to both axles through a dual-clutch 7-speed transmission. The Cabrera should have a curb weight of less than 3,306 lbs (1,500 kg) and will receive more hardcore RWD versions for some special editions.