Lamborghini Huracan Successor Spied Testing

We’ve finally got photos of the replacement to the Lamborghini Huracan. Now that the Revuelto is revealed, it’s time for Sant Agata to turn their attentions to their smaller sportscar, and these are the first photos confirming its existence.

As you can see from the photos, it shares some details with its Revuelto sibling, including plug-in hybrid tech and a high center-mount exhaust pipe (with two seen inside). This car will ditch the V10 for a new V8 if the running rumors prove true, and that will be augmented by a battery pack and electric motors that’ll help the car be both cleaner to operate and also improve power.

The car also appears to make use of the same “monofuselage” design that first debuted in the Revuelto, though here it will forego the more exotic carbon fiber design to instead make use of aluminum.

As is typical of Lamborghini, the Huracan name will not carry forward. Expect an all-new name when the car debuts, which is expected to time around the end of 2024.

Now, would it be too much to hope that Audi pulls an R8 version out of its hat?

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