Italian supercar manufacturer Lamborghini has launched the Huracán LP610-4 in India. The Huracan is the replacement for the outgoing Gallardo which has been the most successful car for the company to date. The Huracán is available in India for Rs.3.43 Crore (Ex-Showroom- Delhi).
A naturally aspirated 5.2L V10 engine that beats inside the Huracán produces 610 hp. Mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, the engine produces 560Nm of torque while doing 0-100kmph in just 3.2 seconds. The car's chassis is made from a mixture of carbon fibre and aluminium making it immensely light weight and strong. The car has a four wheel drive and carbon ceramic brakes that come as standard. The top speed is 325kmph. Variable steering and adaptive suspension will cost extra.
On the exterior, there are LED lights at the front and back. The car sits on 20 inch wheels. Lamborghini claims the Huracán is easy to drive on the road while being a savage monster, we like that in Lamborghini now don’t we? What Lamborghini have done is made a more powerful Gallardo which is kinder to the environment while giving 8Kmpl in fuel economy as the entire car only weighs only 1,422 Kilograms.
The cockpit is the dominating part of the interior. With a 12.3 inch TFT display sceen which can be configured in numerous modes while providing the driver with vital information as he drives along. All interior trims can be individualised to the owner’s specifications as long as he can afford the craftsmanship and highly refined quality.
ANIMA in Italian means Soul which stands for “Adaptive Network Intelligent Management”, this system gives the driver three different driving modes, spanning from road to race track, with a select switch in the steering wheel which impacts the engine, the transmission, the all-wheel drive and the ESC handling system as well as other dynamic systems.
Reservations for the bull had started January 2014 by authorised dealers across the country and now it’s finally here. Motown India had reported that the Lamborghini Huracán had arrived in India in August 2014 and we expected a price of Rs. 3 crore plus. If you still didn’t take the hints that if you can afford it you should have one, well get to the dealerships now before it’s too late.
Picture of Huracan LP610-4