• The new mid-engined supercar will rock a bespoke 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8.
  • Lamborghini’s designers have taken inspiration from the flagship Revuelto while designing the new car.
  • It remains unclear how many electric motors the supercar will have.

The plug-in hybrid successor to the Lamborghini Huracan will be unveiled in August, serving as the company’s long-awaited rival to the Ferrari 296 GTB.

Lamborghini has been snapped testing its new mid-engined supercar on several occasions in recent months and according to a recent trademark filing, the car could be dubbed the Temerario. While that name remains unconfirmed, Lamborghini head of sales and marketing Federico Foschini has revealed the car will premiere in August.

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Prototypes show the car will look significantly different from the Huracan. The front fascia will be characterized by slim and angular headlights as well as hexagonal LED daytime running lights. Plenty of design inspiration will be taken from the Revuelto too.

For example, the Temerario will have an open engine bay similar to its V12-powered sibling with angular buttresses. It also has a large central exhaust located high on the rear fascia and will sport a pair of small LED taillights. Lamborghini’s design department has also crafted a bold diffuser and left much of the rear tires exposed, at least at the prototypes we’ve seen so far.

 New Lamborghini Temerario Debuts In August, Swaps Huracan’s V10 For Hybrid V8

Lamborghini has ditched the Huracan’s 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 in favor of a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8. While the Urus has a similar engine, the V8 of the Temerario is expected to feature several bespoke components to make it a little more special. Autocar describes the engine as a “highly bespoke proposition.”

Supplementing the V8 will be some form of plug-in hybrid powertrain. The Revuelto uses three electric motors but it’s unclear how many the Huracan’s successor will have. Whatever the case is, it will offer significantly more grunt than the car it replaces and should have over 800 hp. An eight-speed dual-clutch transmission is also expected, but it’s unknown whether Lamborghini intends to offer both rear- and all-wheel-drive versions.

 New Lamborghini Temerario Debuts In August, Swaps Huracan’s V10 For Hybrid V8