Lamborghini had been working on the Huracan successor behind closed doors. That is, until recently when the first spy images of the prototype surfaced online. Now a video has emerged that reveals more details of the Lambo’s upcoming entry-level supercar.
The first thing you will notice in the video is the rather muted exhaust note. Of course, the test driver is clearly trying to apply the least amount of throttle, but you can still make out the high bass exhaust note. Rumors suggest that the replacement of the Huracan will use a twin-turbo V8, which could be true as it certainly doesn’t sound like a V10.
The Huracan successor is said to borrow design cues from the flagship Revuelto. However, apart from the side intakes, most of the design looks unique to this car. It has slim rectangular headlamps inspired by the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2, while the hexagonal LED lights lower down double up as turn indicators.
The tail section on the new supercar is quite short and upright, with a centrally-mounted exhaust. It also has an exposed engine, just like the Revuelto.