Lamborghini reveals the Huracan

Lamborghini reveals the Huracan

The new beast of Lamborghini arrived. The Huracan LP 610-4 debuts with going to mark history, like its predecessor Gallardo. The name, which means "hurricane" in Spanish was a surprise, as rumors indicated that the new creation of the Italian brand would be called Cabrera.

Driven by a 5.2 V10 engine, it turns out 610 hp at 8,250 rpm, with maximum torque of 57.1 lb-ft at 6,500 rpm. With 1,422 pounds, it takes only 3.2 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km / h needing 9.9 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 200 km / h. As expected, the group already meets the standards of Euro 6 emissions of pollutants, with an average consumption of 7.9 km / l. The transmission is automatic double clutch with sequential trade carried by butterflies behind the wheel.

The design brings references to the Aventador, especially in the design of flashlights and lanterns. The technology also comes to the body, made of a kind of malleable metal specially developed for the vehicle and the chassis, which combines aluminum with carbon fiber.

Rather bold, the interior resembles the cockpit of a fighter, since the arrangement of the instruments on the panel to the design of the switches, which simulates a switch aviation. In the center console there is a 12.3-inch screen, which displays various information and entertainment onboard computer system.

The aspiring driver can choose between three driving modes: Strada, Sport and Corsa, the latter being completely geared for use on the track. To ensure occupant safety even at high speeds, Huracan comes with disc brakes carbon-ceramic.

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