The  Lamborghini  Huracan  Superleggera  is taking shape as it continues testing at the Nurburgring, according to our sister site, AutoGuide.com .
The last time spy photographers caught the Huracan Superleggera testing at the Nurburgring, it still sported similar styling as the standard production model. But the Italian automaker has just unleashed a prototype with new changes to the exotic’s aerodynamics with a more  aggressive front bumper  and spoiler, large rear wing, and the exhaust pipes have been relocated, as was hinted by the first prototype seen on the Nurburgring. That also means that there’s room for a  rear underbody spoiler .
SEE ALSO:  Lamborghini Huracan Superleggera Spied Doing its Rounds at Nurburgring Along with all the improvements to its aerodynamics, expect the Huracan  Superleggera  to lose quite a bit of weight. An increase in power isn’t out of the question either, so don’t be surprised if it rolls out with around 650 ponies.
Expect the hardcore coupe to debut first, with a Spyder model following.
 
 
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