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A new fascia, a large rear wing, and a hefty diffuser. Yep, it's a Superleggera.

Not only does it sound great, it's clearly quite fast. And it's coming soon.

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It is nearly impossible to make a car as flashy as a Lamborghini even more so, but Miami-based artist Rich B Caliente seems to have done just that.

Automotive design artist, Rich B Caliente, is commissioned by friend and fellow artist Zevi to spray pain his Lamborghini Huracan. Whether you like the results or not it's a paint job that turns heads.

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How would you like to have 1,000 horsepower in your Huracan?

AMS/Alpha's twin turbo package is a bolt-on 400hp gain for the Lambo, for a clean 1,000 hp on pump gas.

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You're doing it wrong.

One driver in the Targa Tasmania this year had a little off-road excursion in his Lamborghini Huracan - and claims it was deliberate. Watch the footage to see for yourself.

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Lots of power and lots of turbocharging help this heavily modified Lamborghini zip through the quarter in 8.6 seconds and hit 173 miles per hour along the way.

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Lambo Owner Had Been Receiving Death Threats

The owner of a Lamborghini Huracan had his car torched allegedly over his role in the removal of Confederate monuments in the city of New Orleans.

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Harry Metcalfe loves Lamborghinis. In his latest video, he drives the new Huracan and parks it next to his Countach to see how the two Italians stack up.

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Lamborghini is all set to go racing in the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series in Europe with its new Huracan GT3. Sporting aggressive looks and eye-popping lime green paint, these monsters are going to look great competing on the track.

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The Volkswagen Group supports many racing programs among its various brands, but somewhat surprisingly, Lamborghini is not chief among them. Not by a long shot. But even Lambo is getting in on the action with the upcoming launch of the Huracán GT3 previewed in this latest video clip from testing at the Vallelunga circuit near Rome.

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We've seen it time and time again, but we never seem to get tired of it. We are referring, of course, to races between supercars and fighter jets. The time-honored tradition has seen a Lamborghini Reventón take on a Panavia Tornado, an SRT Viper line up alongside an F-16, even a Red Bull F1 car tackle an F/A-18 Hornet. But now it's time for the new Lamborghini Huracán to take its turn. And since this contest takes place in Russia, its rival is none other than the Sukhoi Su-30 Flank

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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.

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Lamborghini first tipped us to the coming arrival of its race-ready Huracán Super Trofeo, with this dark-and-camouflaged teaser image a few weeks back. Slated to replace the venerable Gallardo Super Trofeo in the brand's one-make series, the Huracán flavored for racing duty should result in a faster field.

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Host Jonathon Buckley heads to the Circuito Ascari in Ronda, Spain to check the tech on the all-new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4. For Huracán, good things comes in threes: three driving modes, three gyroscopes and three accelerometers. Can all this technology combine with a 610 horsepower V10 engine to help Huracán surpass its predecessor, Lamborghini's best-selling Gallardo? Watch now to find out.

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In what appears to be the first of a series of shorts akin to Project Hexagon in advance of the official reveal of the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, Lamborghini has released its first trailer. We don't get much from this video – a man, a car, a storm, a hot dispatcher with a headset - but it's not like we need much enticement to spend time with the new junior bull. In fact, senior editor Seyth Miersma spent some time drooling all over the thing this week.

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As one of the most prestigious sports car makers on the planet, Lamborghini doesn't have much of a need for commercials - the German-owned, Italian brand's cars speak for themselves. It strikes as rather odd, then, that Lambo's new Huracán was spotted zipping around a downtown area with a full camera crew in tow.