Lamborghini Hurácan LP610-4: Wait, This Might Actually Be It

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?

Lamborghini Hurácan LP610-4: Wait, This Might Actually Be It

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.

Lamborghini Hurácan LP610-4: Wait, This Might Actually Be It

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.

Lamborghini Hurácan LP610-4: Wait, This Might Actually Be It

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