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Lamborghini ‘Cabrera’ Spied, Bosch’s DB9 Hybrid, The Latest On Fisker: Car News Headlines

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The first spy shots of prototypes for Lamborghini’s successor to the Gallardo have surfaced and reveal a familiar shape but with some aggressive new styling cues. The car is tipped to be called the “Cabrera” though we can’t be sure what name it will carry until Lamborghini announces one.

Bosch has rolled out an Aston Martin DB9 plug-in hybrid prototype, which previews new technology from the auto supply giant that should ensure performance cars have a safe future, even in a world of ever-tightening emissions standards. This particular prototype is packing a combined output of 740 horsepower.

What’s going on at Fisker these days? The company hasn’t built a car in almost a year but it's not dead yet. Our sister site Green Car Reports has taken a look.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

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