If you think the Huracan is looking a little dated, you might be in the minority, but fortunately Lamborghini agrees. The ever-so-angular supercar is reportedly getting a facelift while the Italian automaker also works on a successor for the Aventador.
Set to be released as a 2020 model, the refreshed Huracan was previewed only to existing Lamborghini customers. Among the changes is a more aggressive front bumper perfect for intimidating people in lesser vehicles, which is everyone. Sharper angles on the front air intakes emphasize the Huracan is meant for serious driving, not casual drives to the country club.
The headlights also get a new design, while the LED daytime running lights are in a new configuration. New to the side scoops are gloss black accent pieces, plus a cool horizontal fin that no doubt makes the supercar more slippery.
These changes aren’t just skin-deep. That 5.2-liter V-10 powering the Huracan is supposed to get a slight bump in power, supposedly keeping up with the 2019 Audi R8. That possibly means about 10 extra horsepower, which is something. Some think this could drop the 0-62 mph acceleration time from 3.2 seconds to 3 second flat, but we’ll see.