The hardcore version of the V10 supercar sounds amazing.
A recent spy video let us hear the Lamborghini Huracán Superleggera at the Nürburgring, and a new clip now offers a chance to listen to even more of the upcoming supercar’s magnificent voice. It still sounds sublime.
The driver uses every bit of the iconic circuit for testing the Superleggera’s limits in this clip. The supercar looks poised through the corners, and it sounds even better than the stock example. Unfortunately, the pilot has to be a lot more careful once a heavy rain starts.
We believe this is a late-stage prototype for the hotter Huracán, despite the camouflage. All of the parts on it look complete, but Lambo wants to hide the design from spectators at the ‘Ring. The front features a new fascia, and the rear boasts a GT3-inspired in the center, exiting from the bumper’s center. The massive spoiler back there is the most obvious change, though.
The Superleggera moniker denotes this Huracán’s lighter weight. We expect the Lamborghini to shed around 220 pounds (100 kilograms), including having more carbon fiber and a new exhaust. The tweaks should take the new model to around 2,900 pounds (1,315 kg). A power upgrade from the 5.2-liter V10 accompanies the upgrades, according to former Lambo boss Stephan Winkelmann.