The Lamborghini Huracan facelift has just been spotted for the first time in Germany, and this particular Spyder variant could make its debut either next year or in 2020. It’s still completely camouflaged, but the front apron appears to be more aggressive with more aero bits at work.

The lower side intake and rear bumper also feature a more aerodynamic design, the latter sporting a far more intricate-looking diffuser. Positioning of the dual exhausts remain unchanged.

While a more souped-up 5.2 litre naturally-aspirated V10 can be expected, there are rumours saying that the Huracan will receive new 48-volt electrical architecture, which would easily contribute to additional gains in the output department. This however, comes with weight penalty, so Lamborghini may in fact remain steadfast in its NA game.

A more possible likelihood is the fitment of rear-wheel steering, much in the same vein as the Aventador S. The rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive Huracan models will continue to be offered, but the latter won’t get a switchable system (which sends drive to the rear wheels) like on the BMW M5.

“If you have an all-wheel-drive system and then press the button to go to two-wheel drive, you are carrying [40 kg] that is doing nothing, and you have the same suspension setting for all-wheel drive, which is not correct. [It means] you must make a compromise and that is not the best that you can offer. For us, that is not an option,” explained Lamborghini chief technical officer Maurizio Reggiani.

Earlier this year, Lamborghini celebrated production of its 10,000th Huracan after four years, marking a significant milestone for the Italian luxury automaker. Currently, the Huracan range is crowned by the Huracan Performante, featuring a 5.2 litre V10 with 630 hp (640 PS) and 600 Nm of torque. It obliterates the century sprint in 2.9 seconds, onwards to a top speed of 325 km/h.