The Lamborghini Huracán is seen here in our exclusive set of studio shots
The Huracán will go on sale in the UK in autumn of next year
The car will make its world debut at the Geneva motor show next March
The Huracán is powered by a V10 engine producing more than 600bhp
The new aerodynamic body means the Huracán has top speed of over 200mph
The Huracán is the spiritual successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo
The Huracán uses a mixture of aluminium and carbonfibre components
The body is made from carbonfibre-reinforced plastic panels
The Huracán continues Lamborghini's convention of naming its models after bulls
The original Huracán was a Spanish bull which fought in 1879
Lamborghini has not yet revealed any official dimensions for the Huracán
However, it's expected that the model will be only marginally bigger than the current Gallardo
The normally-aspirated V10 engine should sound pitch perfect through these new exhausts
Lamborghini has updated the V10 engine from its application in the current Gallardo with new direct and indirect injection syste
Lamborghini hasn't released an official top speed for the Huracán, but says it can do more than 202mph
The engine cover features hexagonal detailing
The updated cabin uses high-quality materials
Aircraft-style controls also feature
Lamborghini has used plenty of premium materials for the interior
Nappa leather features on much of the Huracán's trim
Central dials display clear information for the driver
Engine stop-start button is hidden beneath an aircraft-style switch
The interior also features hexagonal detailing
There's plenty of new leather trim inside the cabin
Paddles control the electronic all-wheel drive system
This button on the steering wheel allows users to select different driving modes
Overall, the cabin has a very luxurious feel
A full suite of customisation options will be available to customers
The Lamborghini Huracán will come to the UK in autumn next year following a debut at the Geneva motor show in March.
The 600bhp V10-engined supercar is the spiritual successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo and takes its name from the legendary fighting bulls of Spain. While the car will be available in four-wheel-drive guise only at launch, a rear-wheel-drive version will go on sale in 2015. A Spyder version is also in the works.
Lamborghini designers have placed a particular emphasis on providing an impression of width, as seen in the added flare of the wheel arches, more defined shoulder line down the flanks and large cooling ducts towards the rear. The distinctive internal LED headlight and tail-light graphics are borrowed from the Aventador.
Previously tipped to be called Cabrera, the model has been spotted testing in various guises in the run up to its launch. The Huracán is intended to lead a new supercar revival from Lamborghini with the Italian firm fighting in the fiercly-competitive supercar sector with more power and performance, new underpinnings and a new high-quality interior.
The Huracán joins the more powerful Aventador in what is described as the youngest Lamborghini line-up since the manufacturer's future was secured following its purchase by Audi in 1998.
The Huracán will face competition from the likes of the McLaren 12C, the Ferrari 458 and latterly the new Audi R8, with which the new Lamborghini shares its underpinnings. Does the Huracán have what it takes to take the supercar crown? To find out, click through our exclusive studio gallery above.
Greg Kable & Darren Moss