This holiday season, Lamborghini has a very special gift for automotive enthusiasts - the all-new Huracán LP610-4, also known as the long-awaited replacement for the Gallardo. The new baby Lambo borrows heavily from the Aventador's styling book, with a sleek, smooth design in the traditional wedge shape. The head- and taillights share a strong resemblance with the Huracán's big brother, which in turn, draw inspiration from the Reventón. The low-slung look is especially pleasing from the rear three-quarter view. Enough talk about the looks, though. Let's discuss the monstrous V10 hiding in the back. The "610" in the Huracán's designation is the amount of power this new supercar packs – a figure complemented by 413 pound-feet of torque. The power from the 5.2-liter, direct-injected ten-cylinder is dispatched to all four wheels (that's where the "4" in "610-4" comes from) courtesy of a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Taken as a whole, the Huracán will reach 62 miles per hour in a mind-altering 3.2 seconds, 124 mph in 9.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 201 mph. As we're firmly in the era of environmentally responsible supercars, the latest Lambo features a stop-start system, allowing its V10 engine to net 18.5 miles per gallon on the US cycle.