Lamborghini promised that we’ll get the first details on the Lamborghini Gallardo successor just in time for Christmas, which makes us think that these leaked images are legit. The images initially appeared on the Italian site LaStampa, but the guys over Carscoops managed to get them just before the Italian site took them down. This quick takedown again points toward these images being the real deal, but who knows.
Though still unconfirmed, all signs point to the Gallardo successor being named Huracan LP610-4, and not Cabrera as rumors initially claimed. The model also carries the "LP610-4" in its name, which means that its updated V-10 engine will deliver a total of 610 PS (602 horsepower). The model will also be offered with an all-wheel-drive system.
The images found today appear to be computer generated, but that doesn’t mean they are fake, as automakers often use computer-generated images when they display their vehicles digitally.
The Gallardo successor’s debut is now just days away, so we don’t have to wait too awful long to find out if these images are real or fake.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4.
As no surprise, the new Huracan appears to be a little brother of the V-12-powered Aventador. When viewed from the side, the new supercar appears to be specially designed to deliver great aerodynamic features.
The rear certainly draws some inspiration from the Aventador, but we do not see that rumored grilles across the entire rear window, like on the Miura.
The interior looks equipped with lots of cool features, with the "hexagon" being the main design feature, hence the name of the teaser campaign launched by Lamborghini. Alcantara, carbon fiber and aluminum are pay an important role in trimming the Huracan’s interior.