The Huracán! Lamborghini’s newest model
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The Huracán! Lamborghini’s newest model

The Huracán! Lamborghini’s newest model

Whenever you are evaluating the Lamborghini Huracán, it’s safe to assume that you can expect a lot of things. After all, it is a supercar. This beautiful machine is able to reach top speeds of 202 MPH and going from zero to 60 MP in a matter of 2.9 seconds. Starting price is about $240,000. It comes with a 5.2 liter v-10, 602-HP engine. Drive behind this piece of machinery and you can expect excitement and intimidation. The rest of the article is going to explore the interior, exterior and performance of this striking four-wheeled supercar, the Lamborghini Huracán.
Interior
There isn’t much to say about the Lamborghini Huracán when it comes to the interior design, except it covers the almost-perfect mix of being practical and exotic. The supercar is pretty much inspired by the design of the ’67 Lambo Marzal, meaning it has a largely hexagon theme concept. The cockpit features more of a retro design. There are hex-shaped vents at the top of the dashboard, which is a perfect compliment for the six-sided instrument cluster. The cluster includes a 12.3-inch TFT screen, which is highly customizable to display directions, navigation maps, phone, audio, speedometer and tachometer to name a few.
The big display performs so well that you won’t miss the conventional navscreen housed in the instrument panel, since it’s gone. The center console houses most of the many functions, including its start/stop switch. The entire design looks as if it came out directly from an aircraft cockpit.
Exterior
You can say that the Lamborghini Huracán is an entirely different class of a Lambo, but the exterior look still carries the classic Lambo feel and look, which means that it still appear like a car made of polygons. However, the points and edges are not as sharp compared to its brothers, especially the Aventador.
The underlying structures and skin of the Lamborghini Huracán is mostly made from aluminum. Architecturally, the biggest leap forward is the incorporation of carbon fiber, specifically in portions of the center tunnel, B-pillars and rear bulkhead. The composite alone is the reason why the Lamborghini Huracán is 10% lighter, but comes with at least 50% increase in terms of rigidity when compared to its older brothers, especially the Gallardo.
The carbon pieces are glued and baked, then directly riveted to the aluminum structure. Much like the Gallardo, the Lamborghini Huracán’s core is mostly assembled in Germany. It arrives in Lamborghini’s factory fully painted and waiting for final assembly.
Performance
It’s hard to describe the Lamborghini Huracán without getting too technical. However, as a start, this supercar is able to blitz-out from bends, grips superbly and corners flat. It’s powerful, fast and intimidating. Nevertheless, because of its predictability and precision, a sense of security and control is within reach.
The brakes are designed to bite progressively. In fact, it features one of the best modulations from a carbon-ceramic disc. The Lamborghini Huracán houses a seven-speed dual clutch automatic that executes ruthlessly with premeditated gear changes.
Bottom Line
The Lamborghini Huracán is a supercar that features new designs and incorporate new cutting-edge technology. It comes very close to the performance with the Aventador, but with a $240K price tag. It’s safe to conclude that this is the best supercar Lamborghini has produced to date in terms of features, performance and value combined.

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