"Lamborghini plans to sell 1,600 cars this year, matching the 2004 total. Sales are expected to reach 2,000 units next year due to the addition of the Gallardo Spyder, which will retail for about E167,000.
The convertible debuts in September at the Frankfurt auto show."
I've been told it will go on sale in the US, February 2006
Absolutely not. The Ferrari Fioravanti sistem needs, in it's semplicity, room for the rigid roof and so it is adapt on a front engine cars. On the Murcielago there is no room for any kind of roof, both textile or rigid: the motor does not leave space.
Probably the Gallardo will have (like the Murcielago) a small emergency cap, in black tissue, that the driver must mount manually in the misfortunate case rain start to fall.