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Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4

Lamborghini Huracán 2013
EngineV ten-cylinder (aspirated engine)
Displacement, (bore. * stroke)5.204 cm³ (84,5 mm * 92,8 mm)
Compression12,7 : 1
Engine control2 * DOHC
Mixture formationDirect and manifold injection
LubricationDry sump
Torque560 Nm at 6500 rpm
Performance449 kW (610 HP)
CO2-emission290 g/km
Drive trainRear/midsized engine, longitudinal with all-wheel drive
TransmissionSeven-speed, double-clutch gearbox
Suspension frontDouble wishbone
Suspension rearDouble wishbone
Brakes v/hSix/four pistons, discs, internally ventilated, ceramic, ESP, ABS, traction control, not fully disconnectable ESP
Wheels245/30 R 20 (8,5")/
305/30 R 20 (11")
SteeringRack and pinion, power steering, electric, variable transmission (option)
Wheelbase2.620 mm
Length4.459 mm
Width1.924/2.236 mm
Height1.165 mm
Tank capacity90 litres
Kerb weight1.422 kg incl. driver
Top speed325 km/h
Purchase price178,000 euro
Year of manufactureFrom 2014

The old Ferruccio must have but already anticipated or hoped that there would be so many Lamborghinis and promptly has found a reservoir, from which can be created again and yet again. Huracán is the newest creation from the house Lamborghini. Again such a seemingly invincible fighting bull, this time from the 19th century.

After more than 14,000 Gallardos in ten years, one will risk a restart, not only in design but also in the production. One expects obviously even more orders. And rightly so, because that design has become much more discreet, but not without interesting details.

Here are the side windows that seem to leave itself inwards at the rear air inlet for the engine. At the rear window, the once somewhat exaggerated acting ribbing is indicated only weakly. There remains enough excitement, such as by the sound of a high-revving naturally aspirated engine.

Obviously one continues to act consistently against the charging, eg even with a changed fuel injection. Lamborghini is always reserved the higher rated speed with a corresponding increase in performance, the Audi R8 is allowed to follow, but please with distance. However, if the 178,000 euros should be correct, then both are no longer so far apart. Of the two, however, the Lamborghini clearly has the greater seduction potential. 12/13               Top of page               Index
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