Lamborghini's lineup will look a lot different by this time next year. The Aventador will be a distant memory, the Urus will be a hybrid, and the Huracan will be discontinued too, replaced by a new hybrid sports car with technology similar to the Revuelto.

We've seen spy shots of the successor for a while now, but the automaker has only confirmed a few details about its new, entry-level supercar thus far—like the fact it will ditch its V-10 for a plug-in hybrid V-8. The company is saving details like performance, price, and electric range for the full debut.

Thankfully, we won't have to wait long. The new Lambo should show up in just a few months. Until then, here's what we do know about the next-generation sports car.

What Will It Be Called?

Before the Huracan came the Gallardo—both cars named after fighting bulls. This successor will continue that tradition, we just don’t know what name Lamborghini will use. The company filed a trademark for "Temerario" with the European Union Intellectual Property Office in February, but there isn’t any evidence this could be used on an entry-level sports car.

What Will It Look Like?

Lamborghini Huracan successor rendering by Motor1.com

Lamborghini isn’t straying away from its sharply angled, wedge-shaped design language. Spy shots of the new model show a low and wide supercar that borrows styling cues from the new Revuelto. It has slim headlights and large intakes at each corner of the bumper, like the Revuelto, but a unique hexagon-shaped LED lighting element gives the Huracan successor its distinctive look. That hexagon shape carries over to the rear, too, with a massive center-mounted exhaust tip.

Lamborghini Huracan Successor Spy Shots

This rendering imagines what the new sports car could look like based on the spy photos we’ve already seen. Many of the cues we’ve seen on those prototypes, like the ultra-slim headlights and hexagonal lighting elements, are likely to make it production. And like the original Huracan, the design should be cleaner and simpler at debut before the company tacks on extra wings and diffusers for whatever variants follow.

What Will Power It?

Gone is Lamborghini’s naturally aspirated V-10. Instead, this new model will have a turbocharged, plug-in hybrid V-8 engine with an undisclosed displacement and output. Rumors suggest it’ll have a 10,000-rpm redline, and the turbos won’t kick in until the engine reaches 7,000 rpm. It’ll allegedly pair with the eight-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission from the Revuelto.

Lamborghini hasn’t said how much horsepower the new hybrid powertrain will make. The Huracan STJ that debuted just over a month ago, the model’s last hurrah, arrived with 631 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. The recently revealed Revuelto and Urus SE make 1,001 hp and 739 hp, respectively, so there is room for the new supercar to make a bit more power than the Huracan it replaces.

Lamborghini Huracan Successor Spy Shots

When Will It Debut?

Lamborghini said it will reveal the Huracan successor in August. It hasn’t provided a specific date yet, but the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is that month in the United States. If Lamborghini doesn’t reveal it at that event, it will likely make an appearance.

When Will It Go on Sale?

The automaker hasn’t said when its new supercar will go on sale. However, Lamborghini previously said that it would hybridize its entire lineup by 2025, and with the Huracan on its way out, we should see its replacement hit the road by the end of next year.

Lamborghini Huracan successor rendering by Motor1.com

How Much Will It Cost?

The current Huracan starts at $250,000 and can reach $350,000 for the high-performance STO. We wouldn’t be shocked if the starting price ticks toward the $300,000 for the new hybrid supercar.

Gallery: Lamborghini Huracan Successor Spy Shots

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