Typically, Lamborghini likes to wait a few years to release their extreme variants, like the Superleggera and the Superveloce. For example, take the Gallardo, which went into production in 2003. After four years of production had passed, Lamborghini unveiled the Gallardo Superleggera at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. On the other hand, the Murcielago Superveloce took about eight years for it to come around.
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More recent, the Aventador SV came into existence four years after the base model was introduced, which is half the length of time it took for the Murcielago SV.
Posted on HuracanTalk.com were these images were taken in Italy and show a Huracan that has been heavily modified. Among the modifications, including the carbon fiber accents and new body panels, the rear wing is the most notable difference. Could this be the Huracan Superleggera? A lot of people seem to think so.
That being said, this is all speculation with no official word from Lamborghini. Until a new model is released, stay with us for up-to-date info the Lamborghini.
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