Earlier this week we reported that the new Lamborghini Huracan Superlegerra had been spied testing at the Nuremburg ring in Germany. Spy photos revealed a heavily camouflaged version of Lamborghini’s V10 roadster sporting a more aggressive front end, an enormous rear wing- indicative of a high-speed, stripped down roadster and a redesigned rear-end that features distinctive twin tail pipes in place of the regular quad exhaust.
The track-ready Lamborghini Superleggera is expected to benefit from significant weight saving measures, that, if its predecessor is anything to be by, should see close to 100kg stripped from its 1422kg kerb weight. A modest increase in power from the 449kW/560Nm naturally aspirated 5.2L V10 from the Huracan LP610-4 should see the lightweight Huracan sprint to 100km/h in less than 3seconds.
The latest video from the Nurburgring suggests that the Huracan Superlegerra will benefit from a less restrictive exhaust, with the sonorous V10 barking loudly on downshifts and under WOT.