Interesting chat last night with a confident Stephan Winkelmann, who was preparing to perform the official unveiling of the new Lamborghini Huracán LP580-2 (even though it had been released a few hours earlier).

Our impromptu five-minute interview segment was all running smoothly enough. Yes, he said, there would be more rear-wheel-drive versions of the Huracán to follow. Yes, he acknowledged, there is scope for higher-end editions of the car and more extreme versions. Yes, the rear-drive LP580-2 is designed for some younger buyers and older enthusiasts who don’t want a four-wheel-drive supercar - but that technology will remain, because it’s considered a Lamborghini Unique Selling Proposition.

And then I asked if there are plans to have an even cheaper, rear-drive and manual-gearbox version of the Huracán, as there was with the Gallardo. “No,” said Winkelmann. “There are technical reasons why we cannot do a manual, but there is also no feedback from customers really wanting this either.”