The Lamborghini Huracan has lived up to the expectations of the car lovers and has come up with some of the best features that Lamborghini cars ever saw. With a more aggressive look the Huracan is expected to top the charts by the end of 2014.
This model comes with LED headlamps and unlike the other models where there is only one Y shaped headlight the Huracan will have two of them on either side. When you look at the photo of the Huracan you may feel that it is the smaller version of Aventador but the features that this car has are much more than the Aventador. The air intakes that have been added behind the doors makes this car worth watching and buying. If we move on to the rear part the sharp edges and the tail lights have improved quite a lot. The diffuser has been strategically placed in a lower part so that there is space for a bumper. However the rear lights in this model have been made slightly smaller than what they really are but that is almost negligible.
The interior of the Huracan comes with some surprises. The A/C vents have been made to stick out. This has been a complaint from many Lamborghini owners and they have finally made a change in that part. The center console has 12.3 inch TFT display accompanied by buttons, switches and knobs all in one place. This TFT display has both infotainment system and the tachometer facility unlike the other models where they were kept separate. Throughout the cabin there is enough amount of carbon fiber.
The engine of this model has also been upgraded and this time it’s a Gallardo’s 5.2 liter with a V 10 engine. It has the ability to produce 610 HP at 8250 rpm and 413 lb ft of torque at 6500 rpm. The performance of the car has also improved by leaps and bounds. The power has increased over 458 which mean that it will be able to hit 62 mph in approximately 3.2 seconds. Apart from this it can go straight to 124 mph in just 9.9 seconds. The top speed of the car is 325 km/hr which is one of the best in all the cars that Lamborghini has got.
The performance of the car also depends on the four wheels which has got dual clutch gearbox, seven speed and there are three different optional modes of driving- Corsa, Sport and Strada. These three will have all the systems working such as the gearbox, stability control, all wheel drive system, exhaust, steering and suspension. With a Euro 6 compliant this car would help to save a lot of money on fuel because its average fuel consumption rate is 18.8 mpg which is approximately 12.5 liters per 100 km. the Huracan has carbon ceramic brakes allowing the car to stop almost instantly and the variable steering ration will allow the driver to twist and turn the car with just a flick of the wrist.