It turns out we might have actually seen the Lamborghini Hurácan, the successor to the long-running Gallardo. Or why would the Italian newspaper La Stampa just pull them from their website?
What was dismissed as another in the series of Cabrera/Hurácan renders that have been surfacing on the Internet for a while now, Carscoops reports that the front shot is the real car and was leaked on La Stampa's website Monday before being taken down.
We still don't have official details yet, but because the Hurácan in the photos is badged LP610-4, expect around 610 horsepower and a four-wheel drive system.
There's an interior shot, too. It looks very Lamborghini-ish in there. It's a sharp car, all in all. Well, if this is the real thing. We're expecting official details soon.
Oh, and guess who owns La Stampa. Fiat.
Images via Carscoops