Not so long ago, Lamborghini revealed its Gallardo replacement in the form of the Huracan LP610-4 . The new supercar from Lamborghini looks strikingly similar to the larger and more powerful Aventador. But, the Aventador LP700-4 is a thing of beauty and hence we have no problems with the Huracan sharing a family face.
Within days of its unveiling, the internet was flooded with artist renderings of the Huracan in various configurations including a Spyder version. What we have here is Evren Milanos idea of the Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera. The artists even goes on to predict the engine specifications adding the suffix "LP640-4".
These renderings seem very close to the real thing. I personally like the one in yellow. Anyways, the artist has added a large rear spoiler and full body kit to the Huracan. Wheels are of a different variety. The front bumper gets a more pronounced splitter element while at the rear is diffuser for added downforce. We also like the idea of a roof scoop.
Although, Lamborghini is yet to release details about the lightweight Superleggera version, Evren Milano’s design gives us an idea of how attractive and exciting it can be. That said, the Superleggera will be lighter and more powerful than the standard Huracan. Hence, the predicted 640 horsepower seems realistic.
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Keeping with Lamborghini traditions, the Huracan is named after a famous bull from 1897. The suffix indicates, that the car that replaces the Gallardo is powered by a 610 horsepower engine and employs all-wheel drive. Seems like a good start, then.
With the Huracan adopting a family face of sorts, borrowed from Aventador, what we have here is a supercar that looks that match its character. Lamborghini has always been flamboyant in its design. Post its take over by Audi, the Aventador came along as the next generation supercar. The Huracan follows on a similar design philosophy as its elder cousin.
The mid-mounted 5.2-liter V10 now develops 610 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 413 pound-feet of torque at 6,500 rpm. Coupled to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic (est.) the Huracan does 0 to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 202 mph.