A facelifted Lamborghini Huracan is said to be just around the corner and beyond receiving a refreshed design, it could launch with a host of new technologies.
Apparently, the baby Lambo is slated to receive rear-wheel steering and a 48-volt “mild hybrid” system, which frankly isn’t surprising considering both technologies have already been featured in other Lambo and Volkswagen Group products.
Seen in the firm’s Aventador S, rear-wheel steering simultaneously makes the big Italian supercar easier to maneuver at low speeds and more stable at high speeds while the 48-volt, electrical assistance system has already been working its magic in stuff like the new Audi RS5 and A8.
Car and Driver says that the hybrid system here will be configured in the name of even greater speed rather than fuel-sipping efficiency as a source tells the publication that the 5.2-liter V-10 that’s graced Sant’Agata’s entry models since the Gallardo days is “reaching its limit” on the power front.
Furthermore, Lamborghini is also reportedly mulling over a hardcore, stripped-out GT3 Huracán that would usurp the supreme, 631-horsepower Performante and do battle with the Porsche 911 GT2 RS—a car that swiped the Nurburgring production car lap record away from the Huracan Performante back in September.
In any case, the refreshed Lamborghini Huracan should bow in either late 2018 or early 2019. Whether or not Pope Francis already has his order in is currently unclear.
The team headed by R&D boss Maurizio Reggiani still has a little bit of time to figure out how to keep the Huracán fresh. The updated model is tentatively scheduled to arrive in late 2018 or early 2019, still according to Car & Driver.
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