Huracan STJ: Lamborghini’s V10 Swan Song Revealed through Trademark Filings

Possible Names for Final Outgoing Huracán Revealed in Lamborghini’s European Trademark Filings

The Lamborghini Huracán is celebrating its ten-year anniversary this year, but it could potentially bid farewell in 2025. While the successor to the Huracán is currently in development, the powerful V10-driven Raging Bull may not simply fade into obscurity. Recently uncovered trademark filings by Lamborghini with the European Union Intellectual Property Office disclose the moniker of the last model – the Lamborghini Huracán STJ.

According to a recent update from our affiliated website CarBuzz, Automobili Lamborghini, through its proxy Bugnion S.p.A., has made a move to secure trademark rights for two distinctive terms on Feb. 27, 2024, with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The first application is for ‘Huracán STJ,’ while the second one is simply for ‘STJ.’ Both submissions were accompanied by their corresponding visual designs, serving as their official logos.

The trademark ‘STJ’ is represented by a logo comprised of three letters. The ‘S’ and ‘T’, which are connected, are depicted in black. In contrast, the larger letter ‘J’ stands out with its vibrant red font and black outline. Additionally, the ‘Huracán STJ’ trademark includes a logo that combines the traditional Huracan lettering on the top with the distinct ‘STJ’ logo on the bottom.

The trademark applications may signal an upcoming Lamborghini era within the prestigious Huracan series. In the absence of any other trademark registrations or rumors, it is possible that the Huracan STJ could be the final V10 model to enter the automotive market.

Although the trademark filings have been made official, they have not yet been applied to a Lamborghini. The company has not disclosed any information about the upcoming Huracan model, so no specific details are currently available. Nevertheless, Lamborghini has previously utilized these letters for unique editions, which can give some insight into what type of high-performance car the ultimate Huracán will be.

As an example, the Huracán STO (Super Trofeo Omologato) is a variant of the Huracán that is specially designed for track use. Following suit with this suffix, it is possible that the ‘ST’ in ‘STJ’ could represent ‘Super Trofeo.’ In addition, ‘J’ was featured in previous models such as the Aventador J and the incredibly powerful Aventador SVJ, with the letter pronounced in the Spanish style as ‘Jota.’ Lamborghini has a history of producing Jota-inspired vehicles, like the Miura Jota and Diablo Jota, both of which were high-performance supercars built specifically for racing purposes.

Combining these sources, it is possible that the STJ stands for ‘Super Trofeo Jota,’ implying that the ultimate vehicle could be a track-oriented, potent Huracán designed specifically for the Super Trofeo racing competition. Nevertheless, until Lamborghini officially verifies this information, these are merely assumptions based on filing documents.

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) recently released a report on car sales in Europe, highlighting the most popular models and brands. This information can help consumers make informed decisions when purchasing a car.According to the report, the Volkswagen Golf topped the list as the best-selling car in Europe during 2018. It was closely followed by the Renault Clio and Volkswagen Polo. The Ford Fiesta and Opel/Vauxhall Corsa rounded out the top five.These results are not surprising, as these brands have consistently performed well in previous years. However, there were some changes in ranking compared to last year’s report. For example, the Volkswagen Polo moved up from fourth to third place, while the Ford Fiesta dropped from third to fourth.When looking at specific countries, the Volkswagen Golf remains the most popular car in most European countries, except for France where the Renault Clio takes the lead. Other notable results include the Fiat 500 being the top choice in Italy and the Skoda Octavia in Czech Republic.The report also revealed the growing popularity of electric and hybrid cars in the European market, with the Tesla Model S and Renault Zoe making an appearance in the top 15 list.In addition to brand and model popularity, the report also looked at

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