Among the most desirable supercars of all, the delectable Lamborghini Huracan is now four years into its production run and still as fresh as when it made its debut. But time does not stand still in the supercar world, and Lamborghini is already planning an upgrade to the model, as evidenced by recent pictures that have appeared on Lamborghini forums.
The shots appear to show a partially redesigned Huracan Spyder, disguised as usual, but with a rear-end redesign clearly evident. Changes to the vents and the exhausts are clear to see, and while there is no frontal image, it is believed details have been changed there too.
Although the photographs are vague – as is the case with snatched spy shots – there is a clear shot of a new touch screen panel in the centre of the console, as seen in the Centenario model shown in 2016. This should enhance connectivity and will appeal to regular users.
It is not known whether there will be ay mechanical upgrades to the revised Huracan, although the current 5.2litre V10, with 601bhp on tap in the all-wheel drive model, is more than adequate. It is worth noting that Lamborghini does tend to add a little more horsepower with revised models, so perhaps look for extra grunt when the new Huracan finally surfaces.
The Huracan, in both all and rear-wheel drive formats, has proved to be a winner on the road, and is a potent car on track, too. 201mph top speed and 0-62mph in 3.2seconds are among the best in class for this type of car, and Lamborghini may be looking to improve on those figures when the revised model – expected in 2020 – hits the showrooms.
The latest pictures were posted by a member on the Lamborghini Talk forum, and we will bring you any further news should it come to light.