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Lamborghini Huracan Is Getting A Facelift

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Looks like the updated Lamborghini Huracan will get more aggressive styling and a slight power increase.

With the recent launch of the popular Urus SUV and development of the upcoming replacement for the Aventador underway, it's certainly a busy time for Lamborghini. The Huracan won't be neglected either, as the V10-powered supercar is receiving a mid-cycle facelift for the 2020 model year.

AutoExpress has obtained the first teaser photos of the 2020 Huracan released on Lamborghini's smartphone app reserved to customers. While they aren't very revealing, the images suggest the updated Huracan will have a more aggressive-looking front bumper, as well as new headlights with reshaped LED daytime running lights. The front air-intakes also look more angular, and the side scoops also get gloss black accents and a new horizontal fin.

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There won't just be styling updates either, as the 2020 Huracan's 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 is also expected to get a slight power increase in-line with the recently refreshed 2019 Audi R8. This means we can expect the LP610-4 and the LP580-2 models to get an extra 10 hp, which also means the badges will be renamed to LP620-4 and LP590-2. To handle the extra power, there will also be some suspension tweaks.

The current Lamborghini Huracan has 601 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque on tap, enabling the supercar to rocket from 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds before hitting a top speed of 201 mph. The increase in power could bring the 0-62 mph sprint time closer to three seconds flat.

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Reports also suggest the center console will feature a large Tesla-style touchscreen arranged in portrait mode, resulting in a cleaner cabin layout with less physical buttons. One less welcome change as a result of these upgrades is an expected price increase over the current $199,800 starting price. Expect a reveal soon, possibly at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show in March.

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