A hotter version of the Lamborghini Huracan, the so-called Superleggera, has been spotted on the road.
It may have been introduced a year ago but it is still available in a single body style and with the only configuration coming from underneath its hood. We’re talking about the Lamborghini Huracan, the official successor of the Gallardo, but things are about to change soon as a hotter version of the supercar is expected to hit the market. The model in question will probably be called the Huracan Superleggera and it is expected to take aim at the recently unveiled Ferrari 488 GTB. Besides trying to match the 661 HP, the supercar will also be lighter and chances are it will be dropping the all-wheel drive in favor for a rear-wheel drive.
Some of the other things noticeable on this particular ride are the racing-style sponsor stickers and the larger brakes, but the vehicle is also expected to get the carbon fiber exterior features, an updated suspension and a more prominent rear wing, on the final variant. As far the engine goes, the 5.2 liter naturally aspirated V10 unit is expected to produce approximately 650 HP an thanks to the weight saving measures by making use of the carbon fiber on various parts of the body means that the gap between the Huracan Superleggera and rivals such as the new Ferrari 488 GTB or the McLaren 650S will vanish. Additional details on the newest creation to be signed by Lamborghini are limited at this time and will be announced sometimes in 2016, when this should be unveiled.