The launch of the Super Trofeo version of Lamborghini Huracan has inspired some talented designers to try and envision other future variants of the Italian super car. We know the coupe version will be followed in a year or so by the Spyder. After that we can expect a Stradale Superleggera version, and after that the hard-core Squadra Corse.
For the Lamborghini Huracan Stradale the designer here has gone, appropriately, for a motorsport theme and gave the car a large front splitter, some sizable side skirts, a more prominent rear diffuser, and of course, a big rear wing.
As for the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder, while it doesn’t make much imagination to guess what it’s going to look like, the roof arrangement remains a mystery. It is not likely for Lamborghini to give the drop-top Huracan a folding metal roof, even though Ferrari does offer that for the 458 Spider.
As for the Lamborghini Huracan Squadra Corse, this model should look similar to the Superleggera. What sets this one apart is the rear-wheel-drive system. A rear drive Huracan is of course not an outlandish idea. The Super Trofeo is a rear-wheel-drive car, and Lambo’s CEO has already confirmed the launch of road-going models with this simpler, more efficient, and more fun system.