At the end of Lamborghini's 50th anniversary year, the Italian manufacturer released the first details of the all-new Huracan LP610-4. Named after a 19th century fighting bull, it will replace the Gallardo as the very important entry level model. Like its predecessor, the Huracan is powered by a V10 engine, which is good for 610 hp. It drives all four wheels through a new seven-speed, dual clutch gearbox. Ahead of the official launch at the Geneva Motor Show early in March, the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 will be previewed to prospective buyers at 130 private events.
Promising to continue the long tradition of minimalistic British sports cars is the Zenos E10, which will break cover at the Autosport International show in January. Designed by two former Lotus and Caterham employees, it features a central backbone chassis, push-rod actuated front suspension and a carbon-fibre body shell. Tipping the scales at just 650 kg, it is powered by a 200 bhp four-cylinder Ford engine. While additional models are also planned, the E10 is slated to enter production late in 2014.
At next month's North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Kia will show a new Sports Concept. This 2+2 coupe was styled at the North American design centre in Irvine, California.

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2014 Kia Sports Concept - Images, Specifications and Information

2014 Lamborghini Huracn LP610-4 - Images, Specifications and Information

2014 Zenos E10 - Images, Specifications and Information