The 2017 Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera has been spotted testing at the infamous Nurburgring racetrack in Germany.
The Superleggera is a lighter and faster version of the present Huracan and is expected to be more track biased than the 'regular' Huracan.
The new Superleggera is expected to get a slight bump up in power from the current 602bhp that the 5.2-litre naturally aspirated engine produces in the Huracan.
Like previous cars that have worn the Superleggera badge, the Huracan Superleggera is expected to lose a serious amount of weight as well. The normal Huracan weighs in at 1422 kilograms (dry).
The test mule spotted features an even more aggressive front bumper with bigger intakes that channel air into the mid-mounted engine. At the rear, the Huracan features a fixed rear spoiler and a new twin exhaust system which looks like it has been borrowed from the Huracan GT3 racer.
The notes from the new exhaust system sound quite a lot more visceral and are louder as well, something you can enjoy in the video below.