UPDATE: A new image has surfaced, purported online to be the first official look at the Huracan. See bottom of article. We will leave it to our readers to determine if this is an official image.
Lamborghini has given fans an early Christmas present this week, stripping back the heavy camouflage from its new Gallardo-replacing supercar for TMR's spy photographers.
These new images offer the most revealing look yet at the new model, showcasing its familiar Lamborghini profile and sharp fighter jet-like lines.
The new supercar's latest round of road-testing follows reports that Lamborghini has locked in the name 'Huracán', rather than the 'Cabrera' name that had previously been expected.
Our new images again affim that the so-called Huracán will remain similar in size to its predecessor, while drawing design inspiration from the larger Aventador hypercar.
Reports suggest the new model will utilise an enhanced version of the 5.2 litre V10 found in the Gallardo, while the platform - a new aluminium spaceframe - will again be shared with Audi's next R8 supercar.
Output should grow to around 450kW, and with a more lightweight construction than the current model, performance should increase well beyond what that relatively modest boost would otherwise suggest.
Watch for more details to surface in the coming months, with a debut possibly set for March's Geneva Motor Show.