New Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera Should Look A Lot Like This

Judging by the spy shots we’ve seen so far, the Huracan Superleggera should look a lot more aggressive than the regular version compared to what Lamborghini did with the Gallardo and its own hardcore version with the same name.

Even when fully camouflaged, it’s hard to miss the more track-focused front end, beefier side skirts and of course its massive rear wing that makes the Gallardo’s seem relatively modest.

This rendering from X-Tomi is named the SuperVeloce (obviously because of the SV bits), instead of the more relevant Superleggera. The front spoiler still looks somewhat accurate, as do the side skirts. The rear wing, however, is inspired by the Aventador SV.

Once the Italian supercar manufacturer takes the camouflage off their new Huracan, we should be looking at a more powerful machine, putting down around 650 HP. Also, its weight-saving measures and aero upgrades should turn the Huracan Superleggera into a formidable driver-focused weapon.

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