The Huracan makes a strong first impression. The design typifies the exuberance expected from a Lamborghini, and as the replacement for the Gallardo, the best-selling car in the company's 51-year history.
A naturally aspirated screamer erupts: 5.2 liters' worth of dry-sump V-10 that eagerly spins to 8500 rpm. On the way there, the engine makes 602 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque.
The 12.3-inch TFT LCD screen behind the wheel shows a pleasantly large tech, and has a range of displays that includes a full-screen map.
Underneath the interior sits a new and primarily aluminum chassis that uses carbon fiber for the transmission tunnel and rear bulkhead. According to Lamborghini, the material was instrumental for hitting the torsional stiffness (up 50 percent) and weight (down 10 percent) targets. In total, the Huracan's claimed dry weight is 27 pounds heavier than the Gallardo LP 560-4's.
|VEHICLE LAYOUT||Mid-engine, AWD, 2-pass, 2-door coupe|
|ENGINE||5.2L/602-hp/413-lb-ft DOHC 40-valve V-10|
|TRANSMISSION||7-speed twin-clutch auto|
|CURB WEIGHT||3650 lb (mfr)|
|LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT||175.6 x 75.7 x 45.9 in|
|0-62 MPH||3.2 sec (mfr est)|
|EPA CITY/HWY FUEL ECON||15/21 mpg (est)|
|ENERGY CONSUMPTION, CITY/HWY||225/160 kW-hrs/100 miles (est)|
|CO2 EMISSIONS||1.12 lb/mile (est)|
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