The Lamborghini Huracan replacement boasts a powerful 10,000rpm V8 engine.

The upcoming successor to the Lamborghini Hurácan is set to bring a new level of performance and technology to the supercar world. With a drivetrain that differs significantly from its V12 predecessor, the new 634 will feature a PHEV system that promises to enhance its dynamic behavior.

According to Lamborghini sales and marketing boss Federico Foschini, the electric motors in the 634 will allow for characteristics that were previously unattainable with a traditional ICE car. Active torque vectoring, for example, will be a key feature that benefits from the integration of electric power.

Visually, the 634 will bear a strong resemblance to the flagship Revuelto, with a sleek silhouette and a variety of signature Lamborghini design cues. From the Y-shaped LED lights to the gaping hexagonal exhaust, the new model will exude the brand’s distinctive style.

One of the key design elements carried over from the Revuelto will be the ‘monofuselage’ carbonfibre monocoque, providing a strong and lightweight foundation for the supercar. While the junior model may not utilize the same expensive composites as its higher-end counterpart, it is still expected to deliver exceptional performance and handling.

Overall, the Lamborghini 634 is poised to set a new standard for luxury sports cars, combining cutting-edge technology with the brand’s iconic design language. With a focus on compact packaging and optimal weight distribution, this PHEV supercar is sure to turn heads on and off the track.

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