The aging Gallardo will receive a facelift at Paris this September, but the real deal, the third-generation, will be unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show. We doubt it'll be called Gallardo, but like its next-generation Audi
R8 corporate cousin, it'll ride on VW's all-new modular sports car system architecture. It'll also drop some weight and accelerate to 62 mph in about 3.4 seconds. Top speed should be around 203 mph and fuel economy will improve by as much as 15 percent. Last up is the Urus production SUV. Revealed in concept form earlier this year, Lamborghini is targeting a $215,000 base price with an annual sales goal of 3,000 units.