Despite having been the “best selling Lamborghini of all time,” the company is replacing the 10-year old Gallardo with a new car model aptly dubbed the Huracán* LP610-4, after a Spanish bull who fought in 1879.
The car, which will make its actual debut at the International Auto Show in Geneva in March, will pack an even heftier punch than its predecessor. Although Lamborghini is retaining the usual 5.2 liter V-10 engine, it has ramped up the power up to 610 hp, and increased the torque to 413 lb per foot allowing the Huracán to hit the pavement at 60 mph on just 3.2 seconds, maxing out at a top speed of 201 mph with a newly designed 7
In the meantime, the futuristic-looking chassis is made from a mix of carbon fiber and aluminum, weighs in at 3,135 lbs.
*The name Huracán also refers to a K'iche' Maya god of wind, storm, fire who (supposedly) resided in the windy mists above the floodwaters and repeatedly invoked "earth" until land came up from the seas As one of the “creator gods,” Huracán is also said to have caused the Great Flood which encompassed the earth after the second generation of mankind enraged the gods.