Meet the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4, the replacement for the Gallardo. It had been rumoured to be called the Cabrera, but has instead been named Huracan, which translates from Spanish as ‘storm’, and is also the name of a legendary fighting bull from the 19th century, keeping with Lambo naming tradition. After ten years of production and 14,022 sales – around half of Lamborghini’s all-time total – the Gallardo’s shoes are particularly large and daunting ones to fill, but the Huracan looks and sounds willing and able to try. It looks bold, a mix of Aventador styling cues with a much tauter, more squat shape. You will know more in our nest articles!