Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Race Car Rendered

Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Race Car 6 photos
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Just like the Lamborghini Gallardo, the Huracan will have about one zillion editions, with some of them set to be more special than others. Well, we are here to focus on one that will definitely be at the top of the scale. We are talking about the racing incarnation of the supercar, the Huracan GT3.
While Lamborghini has not officially confirmed its existence yet, the Huracan GT3 will definitely become a reality. The only thing we need for this development is patience - the 2014 Blancpain GT Series will still see the Gallardo competing, while the Gallardo FL2 GT3, which places even more focus on endurance, will also be present. Thus, the 2015 season should see the Huracan enter racing service.

Nonetheless, we suspect that work on the various Huracan motorsport projects has already debuted. While Lamborghini is handling its own Super Trofeo race car, the Blancpain GT series is a different story altogether.

This is where we expect to see a Huracan GT3 being built by Reiter Engineering, a German company that’s been developing Lamborghini race cars for fourteen years now - for instance, Reiter sold about 100 units of their Gallardo GT3 racer by the end of last year.

In fact, Lamborghini and Reiter signed an agreement back in January. Despite this not stating a Huracan development precisely, the move does leave a lot of room for such a project.

Of course, Lamborghini would have to deliver the first units of the Huracan before any work can be done. Until then, we are giving you the adjacent renderings of the Lamborghini Huracan GT3.

The first thing that draws attention is the specific body kit. For this rendering, the Huracan is portrayed with a rear wing such as that on the Gallardo, but Reiter may start a new development instead of perfecting the current one.

Another key element would be the engine cover - the Reiter Gallardo FL2 GT3 doesn’t need such an element and thus the Huracan GT3 could also do without it.

The Huracan’s lighter chassis and body will also mean that Reiter will have to work harder in order to make the racing version loose weight. Then again, this means the end result would only be even more impressive, so we can’t wait to see what they come up with.

PS: the rendering show the Huracan GT3 spitting flames, among others, and we can be pretty sure that the real car will have a true appetite for this.

Via: lambocars
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