Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4
The Huracan makes a strong first impression. he design typifies the exuberance expected from a Lamborghini, and as the replacement for the Gallardo.
it's pronounced "who-rah-KHAN." Second, as with the Aventador, turning it on requires flipping a bright-red flap that covers the start button. Press that button and 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 610 part of the name refers to the metric power rating, the 4 to the number of driven wheels). A slide during the presentation shows that the power curve matches that of the Gallardo LP 560-4's V-10 at low engine speeds, but grows as revs rise until there's a 51-hp difference at peak, which the Huracan makes at 8250 rpm. Pull the right paddle and the dual-clutch transmission selects the first of its seven gears. The new gearbox helps drop the claimed 0-62-mph acceleration to 3.2 seconds, and has the potential for smoothing out the clumsiness of the Gallardo's E-gear.
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.
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