The New 2015 Lamborghini Huracán 1

The new 202 miles per hour Lamborghini Huracán has been released and it’s the quickest baby Lamborghini ever made.

Engine

The Huracán gets its ferocious power from a 602 horse power, 5.2 Litre, Naturally Aspirated V10 engine that accelerates from 0-62mph through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission in just 2.5 seconds. This spectacular acceleration beats every other comparable car and is even quicker to 60mph than the Huracán’s bigger brother, the Aventador. The V10 engine its self is built in Gyor, Hungary. The Huracán’s engine produces 50 more horsepower than the old Gallardo LP560-4 and 60 more than the current Audi R8 V10 Plus, this extra power owed most of its credit to a new dual-fuel-injection system and an altered intake system. Lamborghini also claim that these new features also improve fuel economy showing that the Huracán averages around 15 city and 21 motorway miles per gallon.

Brakes and cornering                            

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The Lamborghini Huracán also stops as well as it accelerates, with a stopping distance of 70 to 0mph in just 144 feet. The Huracán gets this amazing stopping power from the use of the latest Carbon-Ceramic discs, which are also helped by from the Pirelli P Zero tyres which stick to the road to produce a cornering grip of 1.01 g. All this with the added Four Wheel Drive System means that the old reputation of Lamborghini’s just being fast in a straight line and clunky corners has been destroyed, the Huracán is quick everywhere.

Price and competitors

The price for all this power starts at £153,526 which is considerably cheaper than the Huracán’s bigger brother, the Aventador which is priced at £256,482. It’s also fractionally cheaper than the Ferrari 458 at £ 154,253, and considerably cheaper than the McLaren 650S at £ 169,996. So the Lamborghini Huracán does truly top its competitors in price and power. It

With the Lamborghini Huracán’s fierce performance figures topping all other similar cars, it seems to be one of the best mid-engine, 2-door coupe cars ever made. Everything about seems to be special; from the engine all the way down to the interior design which is luxurious yet very elegant and sporty. All in all the Huracán seems like a truly fantastic car that out performs its opposition, and has the potential to dominate all the competition in its class.