Sometime tomorrow, Lamborghini is expected to reveal the new Huracán LP610-4 Super Trofeo and kick off a new era for its spec racing series. But before it does, a videographer on the ground going by the handle Carspotter Jeroen has released this clip of the latest Lambo racer preparing for its closeup.

Based on the road-going Huracán, the new Super Trefeo packs track-specific aero, additional cooling vents and intake ducts, competition-spec rolling stock and a stripped-out cockpit with a single racing bucket. It's a similar transformation which arch-rival Ferrari applies to the 458 Italia to turn it into its Challenge racer.

Previewed in a series of teasers, this Huracán racer will form the backbone of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series, initially creating an additional class until the previous Gallardo-based racer can be phased out. Watch this space for further details and the video clip in the meantime.


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      deus ex wagon
      • 4 Months Ago

      That Blancpain banner gets me every time.  Nothing says fast like "white bread."

      PatTheCarNut
      • 4 Months Ago
      Are the guys who roll these things out and around total morons.  It seems so on all of these high end car show unloading videos. The unloading isn't the production...just unload it and turn it around and park already.  You are barley moving on flat ground...I think you're safe!  Geez!
        ACURA23CL
        • 4 Months Ago
        @PatTheCarNut

        LITERALLY took the words out of my mouth. You've always got the OVERLY-EAGER "turn-director" guy, who runs around the car like a 5-year-old with his dramatic hand gestures so that the driver (who's barely moving BTW) can clear a schrub that's located 100 ft away. It's like, just because these cars are high-end, the "helper" by-standers assume it takes a proportionately-higher amount of driving skill to drive these cars at less than 5 MPH. Ummm....they're gonna move just like that Ford Focus that's very haphazardly parked on the side of a hill. Chill out, folks...we don't need 5-10 people at each corner of the car, giving hand-gestures like they're trying to taxi a 747 out to the runway. We also don't need the driver who milks his time in the driver's seat by turning a simple maneuver, like turning the car around, that should take all of 30 secs, into a 30 minute ordeal. These cars already have a higher-level of attention, no need to blatantly milk more out of them. Stay humble.

          Jake Laird
          • 4 Months Ago
          @ACURA23CL

          It's a race car, which means it's not going to have the same turning radius as a street car. Of course it's going to take longer and involve more intricate turns.

          r_dezi
          • 4 Months Ago
          @ACURA23CL

          This car is impossible to see out of, maybe that's why it takes awhile to park it.

          ACURA23CL
          • 4 Months Ago
          @ACURA23CL

          @Jake Laird
          Yeeeaaa...in THIS case you might be right about turn-radius. But most of the videos I've seen had high-end street cars in them....same behavior.

        alfonso g
        • 4 Months Ago
        @PatTheCarNut

        Agreed the car moves a few feet just show a video of it not moving or show it's movement on a track.


        Jake Laird
        • 4 Months Ago
        @PatTheCarNut
        They're moving it around for the photographer. 
      chibblitz
      • 4 Months Ago

      Ugly car. 

      alfonso g
      • 4 Months Ago

      Great for the rich ! Although most in society will never drive it .So I ask what is the importance of this information and who is it for?

       

      mbukukanyau
      • 4 Months Ago

      trailer baby


      fpb300
      • 4 Months Ago

      That is absolutely awesome.  Now, how about a Huracan with a manual transmission, two wheel drive and more horsepower?