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Lamborghini Huracan

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Lamborghini Huracan summary

This car was founded in 1963.

The Lamborghini Huracan Evo is a high-performance sports car.

The Huracan Evo is the next model of Huracan, which initially debuted in 2014 to take over the famous Lamborghini Gallardo. It has now become even better.

A rear-wheel-drive version of the Aventador has recently been introduced to the market, making it even more inexpensive. Lamborghini's "most budget-friendly" and most usable supercar for everyday driving.

These exotic vehicles from Sant’ Agata Bolognese have a mid-engine with a capacity of 5.2-liter V10 and produce 630 HP and 443 pound/feet torque. It has started at more than $260,000 and rose to more than $300,000.

The engine displacement is cc 6498, and the fuel type is petrol.

The Huracan Evo has a seven-speed automatic transmission that distributes the power to all four wheels. It can go from 0 miles/hour to 62 miles/hour in less than 2.9 secs. It can achieve top speeds of more than 200 miles/hour.

Huracan Evo is available in two configurations: coupe and convertible.

For drivers who are confident with their driving skills, the Evo RWD distributes a small amount of power (602 horsepower and 413 pound-feet) fully to the rear axle to better adapt to them.

Performance was discontinued in 2019. The spy photographs suggest that an even more powerful variation, which seems correlated to the racing cars- Super Trofeo, is now in the development stage.

Because of the reduction in power and weight, the price of this model reduces to little more than $200,000.

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It has been 54 years since Lamborghini was founded, and the Huracan has been delivered as the company's 8,000th car, marking another significant milestone in the company's history. Even though the car made its premiere at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, this significant accomplishment comes just three years after the vehicle's introduction.

In addition to the coupe and convertible body options, the Huracan is also available as a hybrid vehicle. The Huracan is powered by a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine that produces 450 horsepower. Although the Huracan Evo is an evolution of the Huracan of 2014, it is characterised by a distinct name that does not contain the alphanumeric identifier that its predecessor used.

640 horsepower and 600 Newton-metres of torque are available from the Huracan Performante, allowing it to sprint from a standstill to 100 kilometres per hour in less than 2.9 seconds! Among the supercars that will fight against it are the Ferrari California T, the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster, and the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, to name a few.

As seen by its name, the Huracán EVO has better aerodynamic solutions while following Lamborghini's design philosophy. Y-shape stylistic elements distinguish the front bumper from prior Lamborghini models, while the Countach inspires the designing of the hood lines. The Murciélago inspires skirt air intakes, and the centre high-mounted exhaust tailpipes are evocative of earlier Lamborghini models. The latest features comprise 20-inch Aesir rims and new Ad Hominem assault bodywork colours, among other things.

AWD-equipped versions of the Evo are available, and they have more advanced technologies than the model they replaced. These include rear-wheel drive steering, the gyroscopic system, and torque vectoring. It can adjust the power distribution of the car and braking power to keep you in the right direction. It can be accomplished in less than 20 milliseconds. Mechanically, the RWD model is more straightforward, and it has its own set of controls inside the Performance Traction Control System.

Lamborghini Huracan Price in India

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New Delhi3,97,00,000









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Lamborghini Huracan PRO’s & CON’s

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  • Things we don’t like

Amazing engine

Without a doubt, it was planted

The way it was handled was outrageous

RWD variant with high-performance power levels is offered

Incredible stability control mechanisms elevate you to the status of a hero

There are several customization possibilities available

Easily accessible by car daily

Outrageous handling

Problems with the body's structure

UX design for informational entertainment

There isn't enough space for everything

Aesthetics aren't quite as exotic as they used to be

It would be too costly to park in our driveway

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Lamborghini Huracan EXPERT REVIEWS

There aren't many ways to make Lamborghini's current supercars even more thrilling or at least viable methods to do so, but eliminating the front driveshafts is one of them. And that is precisely what has occurred in this instance.

The Huracán's mid-life upgrades, indicated by the 'Evo' label, have had little effect on the general design of the range, which continues to provide the convertible and the coupé models of the rear-drive car as the entry point for the model. The four-wheel-drive version of the vehicle now utilises the Performante's engine but does not have the bronze cam covers. It continues to be the most popular model in the portfolio.

The Huracán EVO features improved aerodynamic solutions while staying loyal to the design philosophy of Lamborghini. The front bumper has hood lines influenced by the Countach, skirt air intakes inspired by the Murciélago, distinct Lamborghini Y-shape styling components, and centre high-mounted exhaust tailpipes similar to the previous Lamborghini models. 20-inch Aesir rims and new Ad Hominem attack bodywork colours are new features.

Of course, none of these names is as endearing as the name Balboni, which is where the lineage of this new automobile originates. The superb Gallardo LP550-2 Balboni of 2009 was the first Lamborghini since the Diablo – and the first under Audi ownership – to be available only with rear-wheel drive. It was named in honour of its then top test driver, Valentino Balboni.

It was lighter and less powerful than the ordinary Gallardo, but it was also less costly, and it established a blueprint that Lamborghini continues to follow to this day. As a result, the Huracán Evo RWD is not only the least powerful mid-engined vehicle currently being made at Sant'Agata, but it is also the most inexpensive, assuming you consider £164,400 to be reasonable.

Lamborghini Huracan key specification

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Body Type Coupe

Fuel Type Petrol

ARAI Mileage 11.24 kmpl

Seating Capacity 2

TransmissionType Automatic

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