The Lamborghini Huracán has been revealed.
The all-wheel-drive model is powered by a V10 engine producing more than 600bhp and has a top speed in excess of 200mph.
The Huracán replaces the Gallardo in Lamborghini’s line-up and is due to reach the UK in the autumn, after a public debut at the Geneva show in March.
The model had been widely tipped to be called Cabrera, but Lamborghini has chosen Huracán — or Huracán LP610-4, to give it its full title — for the name. It continues Lamborghini’s convention of naming its cars after famous fighting bulls, Huracán being a legendary animal that fought in Alicante, Spain, in 1879.