Lamborghini trademarks "Huracán" name

2012 Lamborghini Urus Exterior Computer Renderings and Photoshop
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A few weeks ago Lamborghini trademarked the Deimos name and some people thought that this was the chosen name for their upcoming SUV, but now rumors have begun abut a new Lambo trademark - the "Huracán" - which is "hurricane" in Spanish and the god of fire, wind, and storms in Mayan mythology. Now the question is which name was chosen for the future SUV and why did Lamborghini trademark two names?

The only two new models Lamborghini has officially confirmed in development are the new Gallardo set to arrive next year and a production version of the recently announced Urus Concept set to arrive in 2017. The new Gallardo was rumored to be called the Cabrera, so we are not really sure what is going on at this point.

Maybe we are looking at the name of a future concept, or even the name of the production Estoque, since Lamborghini CEO Stefan Winkelmann is still pushing that issue. Whatever is behind the choice in trademarks, we’ll find out as soon as possible and g=bring back some information!


Source: MotorAuthority

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