We caught the first glimpse of the Lamborghini Huracan successor in July this year. Even though the new-gen supercar was under heavy camouflage, there were a few design highlights, that really stood out.
Based on the early spy images, Autobild has now published a rendering of the upcoming Huracan replacement. Unlike the renderings we had shared earlier, this new image looks a lot like the rear thing.
Lambo’s next-gen supercar is likely to borrow design cues from the brand’s flagship, the Reveutlo. Reports suggest that it might be based on a carbon fibre monocoque.
The Huracan successor will feature some unique design elements, like the flat front fascia with slim LED headlamps and a reworked front bumper with hexagonal signature lights that double as turn indicators. The new model will get redesigned side vents and an additional intake on top of the rear fenders. We can expect to see a completely new rear fascia with a central exhaust.
Rumors also suggest that the new model will use a twin-turbo V8 instead of the naturally aspirated V10 of the Huracan.
Image credit: B. Reichel via @autobildde