After a long time Lamborghini has finally revealed the Gallardo’s successor… and the name is among the revelations.
The speculated Cabrera will not be the official name of this new raging bull that will be called Huracán and, of course, it makes reference to a bull. According to Lamborghini, Huracán was an incredible and challenging bull that fought in Alicante in 1879.
As you can notice, the Aventador was the greatest inspiration for the new Gallardo… and the Sesto Elemento too.
The headlights are different from the Gallardo and features a W-shape. The side air intake was reduced. The rear is obviously inspired by the Sesto Elemento, but they did not put the coolest parts of the Sesto Elemento on it — the exhaust pipes positioned over the taillights and the rear wing (perhaps in a Superleggera version in the future) — instead, the Haracán uses a quad exhaust pipes. The modifications also include a new engine cover that extends down from the roof.
The brand new Huracán is powered by a 5.2L V10 with 610hp…
The Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 is powered by a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine producing 610 PS (602 bhp) able to push it from 0 -100 km/h ( 0 – 62mph ) in 3.2 seconds and to a top speed of over 325 km/h (202 mph).
The Huracán has traction in the four wheels like the most of Gallardos — excluding some special editions– and uses a 7 -speed dual-clutch transmission. As the design, the Huracán inherits from the Aventador the three driving modes… they are: Strada, Sport and Corsa.
The Lamborghini Huracán’s backbone is made in carbon fiber and aluminum helping to keep a low weight… the Huracan weights about 1.422 kg.
As expected, the interior is also based on the Lamborghini Aventador and it is coated by nappa leather and Alcantara.