[Video] Lamborghini Huracan Performante’s active aerodynamics has a name image

The Italian automaker is of course making it sound all Italian – with the upcoming awesome version of the Huracan deploying what they call “Aereodinamica Lamborghini Attiva”.

The Lamborghini Huracan Performante is coming ever closer to its actual worldwide production debut – we’re gearing up to see it live on the showfloor during the Geneva Motor event and we may even get a first glimpse through an online reveal. Until that happens, here’s another teaser, with the automaker continuing to reveal the supercar’s credentials, including the fact that it set a great Nurburgring lap time and now the name for its active aerodynamics package – dubbed “Aereodinamica Lamborghini Attiva.” The advanced active aerodynamics system comes with a raft of new elements on the front splitter and rear wing that you won’t see on the regular Huracan. And there’s a neat video depicting them in use on the famed Nurburgring track.

Next to the active aerodynamics package sits the Huracan Performante’s drop of weight – about 90 pounds (41 kilograms) over the standard model via the use of new forged composite materials. By the way, as a trivia element we can tell you that Lamborghini partnered with the Callaway Golf Company for the technology and the first instance we saw it was on the shocking Sesto Elemento. The Huracan Performante is expected to tip the scales at an estimated 3,045 pounds (1,381 kilograms) based on the standard LP 610-4 Coupe’s 3,135-pound (1,422-kilogram) dry weight.