These Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Photos Look Legit and Real to Us…

So, remember the purportedly official photo of the Lamborghini Gallardo’s replacement called the Huracan that we first you showed you last night and which has been making the internet rounds this morning? What the blog that posted it didn’t say last night, is where they found the single photo.

Well, we did some detective work this morning and confirmed the source: Italy’s LaStampa. Actually, we did more than that; as it turns out, the same site had four more photos that have been since removed, but fret not, as we managed to recover them…

Yes, all exterior photos have a computer render-feel to them, but this isn’t something we haven’t seen before from automakers, while we also have a pretty detailed interior photo.

Taking everything into account, including the fact that they were eliminated, we’re leaning towards official shots on this one.

One interesting detail is the badge on the rear fender that reads “LP610-4” and which means that this Italian puppy comes with a 610PS (equal to 602HP) V10 engine and all-wheel drive.

But enough with that; how about you hit the comments and tell us your first thoughts on the looks of the Gallardo’s replacement?

Update: New photos have been added to the existing gallery / Thanks to Vitaly from Autowp for completing our HD set!

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