Lamborghini has reportedly settled on Huracán as the name of its next supercar, due to replace the now retired Gallardo in the very near future.
Earlier reports had pointed to the name 'Cabrera' as a shoo-in for the new sub-Aventador model, although the carmaker had not - and still has not - offered any official word on the matter.
It won't surprise you to learn that Huracán means 'hurricane' in Spanish, although it is also the name of a Mayan god of wind, storm and fire. Powerful forces, to be sure.
(Interestingly, the Mayan translation for Huracán is understood to be "one-legged", the god depicted as having just one snake-like leg. We expect the new Lambo to stick with four wheels, however - Ed.)
Little else is known about the new Bull, although our recent spy photos reveal a heavily Aventador-inspired design.
Reports suggest that a 5.2 litre V10 and all-wheel-drive will again star, all packed into a lightweight aluminium spaceframe platform.
Watch for more details to surface in the coming months, with a debut possibly set for March's Geneva Motor Show.