Automobili Lamborghini SpA has just revealed the first computer generated images of the Gallardo successor, the Huracán LP610-4 shows some innovative design elements and the specifications that have been published show some impressive figures too.
With 610hp from the 5.2 liter V10 engine the new Huracán can do 100Km/h from a stand still in only 3.2 seconds while the 200Km/h marker is reached in less than 10 seconds ... top speed over 325Km/h just to mention a few numbers.
But we all know this Huracán LP610-4 is just the beginning of a series of evolutions to come in the next years ... models like a Spyder, a Superleggera and a Blancpain Super Trofeo are surely in the pipeline up next ... so why not take a sneak peak into the future of this new V10 Raging Bull.
First up will probably be a Huracán LP610-4 Spyder that will allow open top motoring in true Lamborghini style. As with the outgoing Gallardo I don't think the new Huracán Spyder will be using one or more removable panels like the beautiful Aventador LP700-4 Roadster does ... the V10 Spyder will have a roof that folds down by the push of a button, the only question will be if Lamborghini stays with a canvas roof or if they will take the route of a metal sectioned roof construction ... whichever option they decide on in Sant'Agatha I'm sure the Huracán LP610-4 Spyder will look absolutely amazing, even more so in the bright Arancio Borealis pearl metallic orange shade for instance.
Usually the next evolution after a Spyder version becomes available is a high powered lightweight version, so that could be a Huracán LP650-4 Superleggera for instance ... increased power output from the known V10 engine and weight reduction by using even more carbon fiber and lightweight seats, possibly removing a few creature comforts from the standard fitment list ... add some special wheels, clear carbon fiber parts for the exterior including a nice rear wing ... and a decal on the door ... meet the Huracán LP650-4 Superleggera finished in Verde Ithaca.
If all goes as planned the current, 2013 specs Blancpain Super Trofeo race car will again be used for the 2014 season ... however the 2015 Blancpain Super Trofeo championship will be taking the Huracán to the race track, most likely in a full race dress inspired by the latest Gallardo evolution ... I've put together the Reiter Engineering version finished in black and white with the stunning Blancpain logo on the side.
Next step could be an open top version of the high power LP650-4 Superleggera edition ... the so-called Huracán LP650-4 Performante, boasting a foldable roof with the styling cues from the Superleggera rolling on some amazing wheels ... I put together a virtual concept finished in white ... just like the Gallardo LP570-4 Performante back in late 2010.
Now we already know the new Lamborghini Huracán shouldn't be getting the long list of models and special editions like the Gallardo did, so no BiColore, TriColore, Hong Kong ... or any other of those low number versions ... still towards the end of the production we might be seeing a Huracán LP650-4 Super Trofeo Stradale in Rosso Mars or a Huracán LP650-4 Squadra Corse in grey metallic ...
Once customers have endured the long wait until their very own Huracán LP610-4 is delivered at their local dealership we will most likely be seeing a plethora of tuners taking on the new Baby Lamborghini, first with a set of custom wheels from the likes of ADV.1, PUR, HRE and others ... later on joined by a long list of aerodynamic parts suppliers like DMC and Mansory ...
Naturally we will bring you additional renders of the Huracán LP610-4 showing styling elements and custom wheels over the next few weeks ...