The V10-powered Lamborghini Gallardo replacement is here and it’s called the Huracan, named after the fighting bull Huracán of the Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed from the 19th century.
The name is better than a-vent-a-door, but as far as the looks go, the larger car pulls off the visual trick better, I think. Now, after countless rendered shots posted, we have the real car for you too, courtesy of Autobild of Germany, the ones we also have to thank for the engine sound sample video too.
This official, but low res set of photos, shows a silver car, with part-beige leather interior and a refreshingly simple steering wheel with few buttons and two hefty fixed paddles behind it – the dashboard is miles better than the ageing mess that was the Gallardo’s, from these first shots.
On the outside, the silver seems to suit it really well and for some reason brings out more of the Huracan’s Sesto Elemento inspiration – the details are clearer and crisper in these photos too…
Scroll down, check them out, comment, and tell us what you think of it.
By Andrei NedeleaPhotos via Autobild