The Gallardo successor is here as Lamborghini unleashes the all the Huracan LP610-4. With a futuristic design concept, the Italian supercar company set out to raise standards to new heights.
Unmistakably Lamborghini, the exterior design of the Hurcan is bold, angular and low and make up of aluminum and composite material. The automaker used LED lights for the headlights, daytime running lights and taillights, a hexagonal design approach for the details, fitted the front end with a body-with intake, and finished it off with a set 20-inch wheels tightly fit into the wheel arches.
A V10 engine churns out 610hp @8,250rpm and 412 lb-ft of torque at 6,500rpm, allowing for a 0-62mph time of 3.2 seconds, a 0-124mph time of 9.9 seconds and a top speed of 202mph. It has a 7-speed dual clutch transmission with variable driving modes transferring power to all four wheels. The chassis is made up of a hybrid of aluminum and carbon fiber materials, and the Huracan has an aluminum double-wishbone suspension, magneto-rhelogic suspension, and Lamborghini Dynamic Steering. A carbon-ceramic brake system provides the stopping power, and two parking assistance options are available.
On the inside, Lamborghini continues the hexagonal theme in the trim. The entire dashboard was set low, and visibility has improved over the Gallardo. A flat-bottomed three-spoke steering wheel controls much of the car’s functions as well as offering the paddle-shifters. A 12.3-inch high resolution screen replaces the traditional gauge cluster and offers three display screen options, a super fast processor and can display a ton of vehicle information from water temperature to navigation. The center stack offers several display screens, an infotainment system, the start/stop button, rotary control, secondary functions and transmission buttons. Leather and alcantara coat the inside, with two-tone design themes available with contrast stitching.