No Bull

It looks as though the replacement for the V10 Lamborghini Huracán may be a V8 Hybrid. The Lamborghini Temerario.

The new car will likely have its own Lamborghini platform rather than the Audi R8 currently used.

As to the name Temerario, CarBuzz discovered the trademark filing at the European Intellectual Property Office.

At the moment, little is known about the new baby Lambo’.

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann has confirmed that the new car will come to market at the end of 2024, possibly as a 2025 model year.

There is a chance it will be officially announced at the Lamborghini Arena in Imola, Italy, although Lamborghini is claiming they will only announce the Urus with a hybrid V8.

Back to the name historically, Lamborghini has named the majority of their cars with Bull’s names.

The logo accompanying the trademark application was a stylised bullhorn. All is normal so far.

However, Temerario translates to Reckless, no bull.

The only association I can find refers to a ‘Reckless’ Australian thrill-seeker who was skewered in the leg after he taunted a fighting bull in Spain’s San Fermin Fiesta.