Digital artist @uness_design has released renderings of the Lamborghini Huracan successor. These are based on the recent spy shots of the upcoming mid-engined supercar.
The replacement for the Huracan is likely to borrow design cues from the brand’s flagship, the Reveutlo. That being said, it will also feature some unique elements, like the flat front fascia with slim LED headlamps. Spy images have also revealed a reworked front bumper with hexagonal signature lights that double as turn indicators.
Lamborghini also appears to have made changes to the cooling package. The new model will get redesigned side vents and an additional intake on top of the rear fenders. Speaking of cooling, the engine could be exposed to elements similar to the Revuelto. We can also expect to see a radically new rear fascia. Spy images have revealed a central exhaust and a massive rear diffuser.
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.