Of course, with Lamborghini already confirming the Gallardo will go into retirement this year, it's no stretch to imagine that a replacement won't be far away.
This time it's Britain's Autocar reporting that a concept version of the Gallardo's replacement is right around the corner, hinting at Lambo's new 458 Italia rival.
The new entry Lambo will again share its platform with an Audi-badged stablemate - replacing the R8 - but it is believed the bull will get a shorter wheelbase and a lighter kerb weight.
Reports also point to a revised version of the existing 5.2 litre V10, picking up a boost in power to nearly 450kW - so expect an 'LP 600-4' (600hp) model to lead the way.
All-wheel-drive will remain the standard configuration although, like the Gallardo, a rear-wheel-drive option is bound to appear at some point.
A seven-speed dual-clutch auto should replace the Gallardo's e-gear automated manual, and - thanks to very low demand among buyers - a manual version probably won't appear.
The name of the new model remains a secret for now, but titles like Deimos, Huracan and Cabrera are understood to be in the running.
Watch for more news to surface in the coming months.