For those of you that think that the Lamborghini Huracán is a bit to heavy and possibly a bit slow then perhaps the idea of a lighter, more powerful and version will appeal to you.2017-Lamborghini-Huracan-SV-4Carscoops recently caught Lamborghini engineers driving what they firmly believe could be a test car for the Huracán Super Leggera/Super Veloce lightened and focused track version.

Apparent visual changes are such things as new vents cut out towards the rear and with what look like tailpipes potentially towards the middle of the rear bumper (in a racing style). Whether they are real pipes or something else, is unknown at this time.2017-Lamborghini-Huracan-SV-9Also this test car seems to be fitted with larger brakes than the normal stock version of the Huracan.
It would be a familiar move from Lamborgini if they were to produce a more track focused version of the Huracan as following on from the announcement of the Aventador LP750-4 SV reducing the Huracan’s sizeable weight using race tested carbon and aero dynamic improvements would be a great move. In addition to this it would be interesting to see how Lamborgini could improve on the current power output of 602hp (610PS) of the standard model.

2017-Lamborghini-Huracan-SV-6The Lamborghini Huracan was launched as a successor to the hugely successful Gallardo. The sales for this are a hit for the company with more than a 1,000 units sold worldwide. Historically the next step for the Lamborghini is to launch a spyder version of the car but I guess we will have to wait and see.2017-Lamborghini-Huracan-SV-2Either way I guarantee you that any Huracán Super Leggera/Super Veloce will feature a dramatic price increase while being produced in limited numbers.2017-Lamborghini-Huracan-SV-1Hat tip to carscoops