The 2015 model of Lamborghini Huracan undeniably exudes the qualities expected from the brand. While it may not as mean-looking as most of the aggressively masculine roadster, it sports the right amount of no-nonsense aura that feeds the ego of anyone driving it.
Exterior and Interior
We love the clean finish and lack of little irrelevant details of this speedster. If you’re dreaming of showing this thing off on the high ways—however—think twice. Huracan’s visibility can give you a tad problem and it is the same with the signal buttons.
For the seats, something akin to the soft coating of Alcantara set against a hard plastic. You might experience discomfort at first sitting but as hours pass by, it becomes surprisingly comfortable. There are numerous buttons for you to fiddle with during the traffic but not enough holders available.
Engine, Transmission and Price
Huracan’s power lies under the hood with the 5.2L V10 engine paired with the dual-clutch system of a 7-speed transmission. The V10 is made up of aluminum blocks and head with direct fuel injection capability. It can then summon 602 horsepower, 413 lb-ft. torque and sprint from 0-60 mph in mere 2.5 sec.
The much coveted speedster runs in competition with Ferrari 488GTB, Ferrari 458 and McLaren 650S.
- Engine : 5.2L V10
- Transmission : 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with manual shifting mode
- Power : 602hp
- Torque : 413 lb-ft.
- Mileage : (city) 14 MPG; (high way) 20 MPG
- Price : $240,745