After a kaleidoscopic look at forged composites, Lamborghini is back with another teaser for the upcoming Huracan Performante. In it, we get to see the car as it gets busy on the Nurburgring in Germany, still covered in swirly camouflage.

Lamborghini tell us to be “be ready to understand the ultimate performance on February 23,” so we needn’t need to wait until the Geneva Motor Show for the hotter Huracan to debut. So, what can you expect from the Huracan Performante?

For starters, the car will get its fair share of new body components that offer even better aerodynamic performance. The car seen in the video is virtually identical to earlier spyshots, featuring new front and rear ends, the former with an Aventador S-inspired bumper.

As for the rear, Lamborghini decided to revamp the car’s exhaust system, taking a page out of the Huracan GT3 with twin outlets that are now higher up than before. Additionally, the car sprouts a massive wing, and the engine cover is of a completely new design as well.

These new body parts should also help the new car on the scales, like what the previous Gallardo Superleggera is to the standard Gallardo. Along with the reduction in weight, expect the Huracan Performante to come with more power compared to the 610 hp/560 Nm from the standard car’s 5.2 litre naturally-aspirated V10.

The Italian carmaker should also offer an open-top version of the Huracan Performante, if these spyshots are to be believed, likely to be christened the Huracan Spyder Performante. A double debut, maybe? We’ll find out in a few days.

GALLERY: Lamborghini Huracan Performante prototype