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Spy Shots: Lamborghini Temerario PHEV Caught Testing in Southern Italy

By SEMA News Editors

SEMA News sources recently caught new images of the Lamborghini Temerario, the plug-in hybrid set to succeed the Huracan. 

Spotted in Southern Italy, the front camouflage includes elements similar to the headlamps of the Gallardo, the Huracan’s predecessor. Additional lights are mounted on either side of the central air intake, and the car features a double-bubble roof and large vents behind the doors to channel air to the internal combustion engine located behind the seats.

Lamborghini Temerario

At the rear, fake stickers make the taillights appear more prominent, and a multi-faceted diffuser attached to the bumper seems incomplete. The car also sports centrally mounted tailpipes housed within the new trim between the taillights. The wheels are big and wide, with visible components between the rear wheels that seem to be part of the passive aerodynamics.

While technical specifications are yet to be confirmed, insiders have reported that it will be powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine, a departure from the naturally aspirated V12 engine with electric motor assistance in the Revuelto, which replaced the Aventador. The power output of the Lamborghini Temerario is still unknown, but it is expected to feature one or more electric motors, sources said, likely with a charging port on the right quarter-panel opposite the fuel filler cap.

Lamborghini plans to unveil the Temerario at the end of 2024.