/Lamborghini Huracan Jota Rendering by Hansen ART

Lamborghini Huracan Jota Rendering by Hansen ART

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The name Jota was first given to a special edition version of the Lamborghini Miura in the Sixties. More recently it was associated with the test mules of the Murcielago replacement, which turned out to be the Aventador. Now designers from Hansen ART have revived this cool name for this speculatively rendered Huracan you see here.

Hansen’s Lamborghini Huracan Jota is a hard-core, track-focused version of the super car distinguished with a bespoke aero kit that includes large carbon fiber air intakes, side skirts, a fixed rear wing, new engine cover, and a pair of very cool roof scoops. The car also appears to be sitting on a set of performance wheels with center lock feature.

Everything we mentioned above are the features that could potentially be used for a high-performance variant of the Huracan, be it the Superleggera, Trofeo, or Performante. Mind you, none of those models are currently in the works. The next Huracan to be launched in a year or so, after the standard model got its feet grounded in the market, is the Huracna Spyder.

Lamborghini Huracan Jota is one of the numerous renderings released since the car’s introduction, trying to envision a more aggressive version. Some of them go even further than that and virtually tune the car with treatments like LibertyWalk widebody. That is probably because the standard Huracan doesn’t look as good as what people imagined a successor to the Gallardo would be.

Renderings by HansenART

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