2025 Lamborghini Huracan Successor, Temerario











The next-gen Huracan shares some styling similarities with the Revuelto, but it’s minimal.

The two have similar front bumper styling, and both feature massive diffusers that expose the backs of the rear wheels, giving the supercars an aggressive look. However, that’s where the similarities stop.

The camouflaged car features narrow headlights that sit above large radiator openings in the bumper. At the back, it has a single hexagonal exhaust tip high out of the center, and the taillights are hidden with stickers.

If you want to buy one of the last Lamborghini Huracan models available, you’re already out of luck. The automaker announced in May that it had sold the remaining production run and it’ll discontinue the model in 2024. We expect to see the successor break cover late next year before going on sale in early 2025.

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Lamborghini Huracan Successor Fires Up Engine After Reversing In EV Mode

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Lamborghini Huracan successor: first images

The current Huracan is equipped with a 5.2-liter 10-cylinder engine, while the new sports car may get a biturbo gasoline V8 paired with an electric motor. The transmission is expected to be an 8-speed robotized gearbox similar to the older Revuelto model. In addition, there may be a fully electric version of the car.

The premiere of the novelty is expected during this year.

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Lamborghini Huracan Successor To Be Temerario

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Lamborghini’s Forthcoming Huracan Replacement Spied Up Close










Pictures of the new Lamborghini ‘Temerario’, successor to the Huracan.










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A new Lamborghini supercar, rumored to be named Temerario, will debut in the second half of 2024 featuring a hybrid powertrain. The eight-cylinder engine is developed in-house, not sourced from other VW Group brands. It’s uncertain how its hybrid system relates to the new Urus SE’s plug-in hybrid V8. Reports suggest the V-8’s turbochargers activate at 7,000 rpm, with a redline at 10,000 rpm, paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic from the Revuelto. The Huracan successor will likely be larger to fit the PHEV hardware. Our exclusive illustration gets an accuracy rating of 75% as it includes the latest intel available.

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