We're not so sure but two new Superleggeras is something we wouldn't be mad at.
A Superleggera version of the Lamborghini Huracan is on the way, this much we know. OK, so the automaker hasn't officially confirmed the existence of the new supercar but we've seen a ton of spy shots and video suggesting that the new model is just about done baking. However, just because we've seen the Huracan Superleggera in the wild a ton doesn't mean we know everything about it. We don't know what its engine tune will be or what it will ultimately look like once the camp is all stripped off.
Our spy photographers managed to grab new shots of the Huracan Superleggera out at the Nurburgring which make us wonder just what it will look like when the covers are all pulled off. Although the two cars seen here look identical there are small subtle differences between the two. For starters, each one has a different license plate. Outside of that you really have to squint to see what differentiates these two cars from each other. If you look at the Huracan captured on the Nurburgring you'll notice that the front end has some heavy camouflage, obscuring air intakes that are readily visible on the Huracan photographed driving off-track.
However, the Huracan on the track has very small slits on its front fenders, air outlets that the other prototype doesn't appear to be sporting. Other "squint or you'll miss it" additions include an extra air intake right above the regular side intakes. So, what can we make of all these new revelations? Our spies floated the idea that Lamborghini could be testing an "extra hardcore" Huracan Superleggera. We're not buying that. The differences between these two cars are subtle which means that Lamborghini is ironing out the kinks before it makes a final decision. Personally, we think the beefier and more aggressive front end design, as in the car our spies shot driving on-road.
Still, we won't be complaining if the more subtle approach ends up winning out. All we know for sure is that the Huracan Superleggera's massive rear wing appears to be here to stay and that's something we love.