Lamborghini has announced the development of two rear-wheel drive versions of the Huracan.
The reveal was made by Lamborghini chief test driver Giorgio Sanna in an interview with EVO at the launch of the Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo track-only car in Malaysia. One of the cars is expected to take the shape of a Huracan Superleggera which aside from adopting a RWD layout will also gain some power and lose weight to better compete with Ferrari's recently introduced 488 GTB. There's also going to be a more affordable rear-wheel drive Huracan which will likely be commercialized as the "LP 610-2".
An official announcement should be made sometime next year and these RWD Huracans will represent a follow-up to the Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni edition which later on evolved into a regular production model called "LP 550-2" also sold in a Spyder variant.