Needless to say, the result is something that you don't see every day, hence why these images seem to be on the verge of going viral. And it is certainly worth noting that no animals were harmed during the unique photoshoot involving the said horse and a very raging bull.
As for the exotic beast in question, it appears to be in the EVO specification. If that's the case, then you're looking at 631 hp (640 ps/471 kW) produced by the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 and 443 lb-ft (600 Nm) of torque. It needs 2.9 seconds to sprint to 62 mph (100 kph) from zero and has a top speed exceeding 202 mph (325 kph).
Unveiled in early 2019, the Huracan EVO boasts a performance that's very similar to the Performante. It also gets a rear-wheel steering system, an upgraded all-wheel drive, clever aerodynamics, and additional goodies. When it was still on sale, this model had an MSRP of $261,274 in the United States and £165,256 (equal to $201,607 today) in the United Kingdom.
In the meantime, Lamborghini has stopped accepting orders for all Huracans, regardless of the configuration. Word on the street is that they will keep making it until 2024 to meet the demand, and subsequently, it will roll off the assembly line for good, with the automaker pulling the plug on it. The Italian brand won't be left without an entry-level supercar, as they are currently working on its successor.
Sitting below the bigger and more powerful Revuelto, the yet-unnamed model has been scooped doing its thing in the open multiple times. It still looks instantly recognizable as a Lambo and has some serious firepower. A V8 with forced induction allegedly powers it, backed up by electricity. It's been reported that it has around 850 horsepower combined, which would make it a bit punchier than the Ferrari 296 GTB, which is one of its biggest rivals.
The Huracan's successor will premiere towards the end of 2024, CEO Stephan Winkelmann said, and it will likely enter production shortly after. Chances are deliveries will commence in early 2025.