As the successor to the wildly successful Gallardo, the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 has some pretty big shoes to fill. Over the course of 10 years, the Lamborghini has sold roughly 14,000 Gallardos — no small feat for a car with a base price well in excess of $100,000 USD. That being said, Lamborghini is confident that the Huracán can outdo those figures and if the car’s looks are any indication, that seems quite likely. A stunning mix of hard lines and graceful curves, the new car is certainly a looker, but it’s got the substance to back it up. A three percent reduction in drag and a 50 percent increase in downforce are just the first indications that the new car’s body is as much about function as it is form. We already gave a rundown on the important stats for this car in our introductory post here, so for now, enjoy the pictures of Lamborghini’s latest masterpiece.