Who doesn’t want a good Lambo? Right. Everyone wants one. I mean, you’d have to be completely daft if you didn’t (honestly, I’d rather have a Maserati or Aston Martin). Still, these things are rolling pieces of art. Also, they get a bit old. And that means either a replacement or an update.
And the Raging Bull isn’t going to just let one of their most gorgeous and beautiful designs die without a fight. So they’re updating it. I’ve recently been shown photographs my agents took while they were near the factory and I have to say I’m fairly impressed.
It’s got the usual automotive camouflage and that’s good. A thrill before the big reveal is always good. Gives us something to look forward to and can’t wait to see.
I have to say that my team has already created a picture of the car without camouflage and it, for lack of a better word is like the most beautiful thing in the universe. I don’t believe in love at first sight but this is just lovely. I fell in love with the car at first. I don’t know how in the name of all things magical they did or used to remove the camouflage paint and make it camouflage-less but they did.
Since this is an updated model, expect the horsepower to go from 600 to 640 and torque to go from 398 to 442 pounds-feet. This is phenomenal. A 5.2L naturally aspirated V-10 producing that much power. Yes, turbos add more but blah blah. Without that turbo, your engine struggles to produce both power and torque.
My agents tell me it’ll be launched the same time as the track-only Performante and that the Huracan, base and update, will be replaced in 2022. It’s still a long way away and for now, I have ordered the uncamouflaged pictures destroyed.
Let’s respect Lambo’s privacy, shall we?