Some people have pointed out that the word Huracan is Spanish for hurricane but actually it is from the Mayan language where Huracan is the god of fire, wind and storm which gives it a menacing implication. The Huracan name has a rather close association with the Deimos name. In Greek mythology, Deimos was the son of Aphrodite and Ares and Deimos was the personification of terror.
Now, the big question is, what cars will Lamborghini use these names for? As many already know, Lamborghini is working hard on a new SUV model, the Urus. Currently it is still in conceptual form and the name Urus might be dropped for one of the above mentioned names.
Another model that could utilise the newly trademarked names is the Estoque Concept. While there are reports stating that the Estoque might not be produced, Lamborghini’s CEO Stefan Winkelmann refuses to shut the door on the possibility of a production version of the Estoque. He mentioned that the car was put on hold due to a number of reasons and one of them is the lack of a suitable platform.
Another possibility is that one of the names could be used for the Gallardo’s successor. Whatever Lamborghini does with the usage of these names, it is certainly that they are going to feature on a future concept or production model and also, it is clear that the company has left behind its previous arrangement of naming its cars with word or names from the world of bullfighting.