before it was officially launched in March 2014, the Lamborghini Huracán
obtained 700 orders globally. The Huracán LP 610-4, successor to the iconic
Gallardo, will now be available in India. According to sources, a couple of
cars have landed at the Mumbai airport and would make their way to dealerships
in Mumbai and Delhi. In Europe, the Huracán is priced at 169,500.00 Euro,
excluding taxes (Rs 1.44 crore approx). In India, with a 100pc import duty and
other margins, the car is expected to cost upwards of Rs 3 crore.
Indian dealership of Lamborghini currently sells the Aventador LP 700-4 and the
LP 700-4 Roadster at a price of Rs 3.69 crore and Rs 4.77 crore approximately.
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