LAMBORGHINI HURACAN REVEALED
UPDATE: It's confirmed. These images are official renderings, and a new video has also surfaced that reveals the Huracan starting up and rolling in a warehouse. See below.
News of Lamborghini's so-called Huracan supercar is coming thick and fast this week, and a new set of leaked images may now offer the first 'official' look at the new model.
These new images come on the heel of revealing new spy photos yesterday, followed less than an hour later by the first of these renderings.
While yesterday's image was purported to be the first true look at the Huracan, new shots today reveal the supercoupe's rear, profile and cabin.
Are they 'the real deal'? The authenticity of these images is unclear, however according to enthusiast site Carscoops, the shots were first published by Italy's LaStampa website - and then quickly removed.
It's that removal that that gives credence to the legitimacy of these images, suggesting the site may have broken an embargo and quickly reversed course.
Whatever the truth, these images are a convincing match for TMR's latest spy photos. If they're not real, they're certainly close.
The images also hint at the Huracan's drivetrain, with an LP610-4 badge pointing to a 610PS output (449kW) and, of course, an all-wheel-drive system.
An enhanced version of the existing model's 5.2 litre V10 engine is believed to provide that power, all packed into a lightweight aluminium spaceframe.
It is also known that Lamborghini will not offer a manual transmission with the Huracan, running exclusively with a dual-clutch automatic.