Autocar believes the RWD Huracán will be a lighter, more hardcore version of the already-good coupe. This new model is also tipped to be a limited-production car. The two-wheel-drive Gallardo was limited to just 250 units worldwide, and the same could be in store for this Huracan. Also, remember that Lamborghini does technically already make a rear-wheel-drive version of the Huracán: the LP 620-2 Super Trofeo racecar.
What's more, Autocar says that Lamborghini could offer a rear-drive version of the topless Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder. Seems like an easy thing to do, especially if this RWD Huracán is, in fact, a more powerful, lightweight take on the entry-level Lambo. We'll know more during the Los Angeles Auto Show festivities, which kick off in just two weeks.