2014 Lamborghini Huracan (Gallardo replacement) spied in new camouflage

Lamborghini Gallardo successor has been caught again in Germany with a new black and white camouflage, giving us the best view of the new V10 supercar yet.

The Gallardo successor is coming soon with a public debut next March at the Geneva Motor Show.

During the early stages of development it was believed to be called Cabrera, but recent reports suggest it will be called Huracan, which means “hurricane” in Spanish. Lamborghini registered the names of Urus, Deimos, and Huracán back in April of 2012 and as we known the Urus SUV is already confirmed for production so the name Huracan is quite likely.

Huracan or Cabrera, the new entry level Lamborghini will use a new 5.2-litre V10 with around 600bhp and sharing its platform with the next Audi R8 will be lighter than the current Gallardo, weighing around 1,500kg.

The design is evolutionary with very low front, huge air vents and low profile.

As with the Gallardo, the all-wheel drive will be standard, with rear-wheel drive model to follow later along with a spyder and plenty of special editions.

And yes there is an old Russian Niva on one of the pictures – quite surprised to see it on the road in Germany.

 


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