Spy photos of a possible Lamborghini Huracán SV variant have surfaced, driving along entirely unclad, and you can check out the full set right now over at Autoblog.
Well, we should say “driving along almost entirely unclad,” as the spied Lamborghini Huracán SV does have a small camouflage-clad section in the center of the rear fascia, feebly attempting to obscure two exhaust outlets. The original quad outlets are still present, but most likely to throw hunters off the scent.
Beyond that, the spy photographs show something which looks almost identical to the standard Huracán, albeit clad with vinyl graphics from Castrol Edge, OMP, and Blancpain. That’s where things start to get interesting; as Autoblog observes, the Blancpain watch company has a relationship with both the Huracán GT3 and Super Trofeo race cars. As these are both rear-wheel – rather than all-wheel – drive, there’s some possibility that this test mule is the long-rumored RWD variant of the Lamborghini Huracán.
Of course, that’s nothing more than a hypothesis; we don’t even know with any certainty whether this car will be called the “Lamborghini Huracán SV,” as the marque tends to apply “Superleggera” to its V10-powered cars, saving SV for its special V12 models. We’ll almost certainly be able to tell you the answers to these questions, and others, in the coming weeks.