Used Lamborghini Huracan For Sale
The smaller of Lambo production cars, the LP 610-4 packs just as potent a punch as its heavier V12 brother. Weighing in at 3,135 lbs. and jumping from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds with a top speed of 202 mph, this example of form following the function of speed seems well worth the cost of the Lamborghini Huracan for sale, with its $241,945 base-price. Sporting a 5.2 liter V10 all-wheel driveline in the center of its aluminum and carbon-fiber frame, the new Lambo on the block reflects its namesake in a fitting manner. The aggressive lines of its fascia and screaming dual-mode exhaust exude the agility and performance of its namesake, a particularly courageous and successful Spanish fighting bull from 1879 dubbed hurricane.
At the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, the new baby Lambo was unveiled and made available for sale that spring with a 7-speed, dual-clutch automated manual transmission. With more angular styling, the car looks trimmer and less boxy than its predecessor and emulates the style motifs of the current model lineup.
Recently, issued photos of a 2016 New Huracán Spyder model. Likely to house the same powertrain as its current hard-topped sibling, the future roadster will give drivers and passengers a fuller and more involved experience with the V10’s symphony.
Available with optional navigation, heated and cooled leather upholstery, and aluminum-cast rows of switches, the current interior looks something like a bespoke jet fighter. Featuring distorted hexagonal motifs throughout the cabin, the leather and composite cockpit feels streamlined and airy.
If you don’t need 12 cylinders, the baby bull represents a sensible alternative to the modern supercar. The approach and departure angles are capable of contoured driveways, and visibility is among the best the bull has ever offered. The naturally aspirated V10 is good for 602 horsepower and 412 pound-feet. A new dual—clutch seven-speed automatic has none of the hesitation that haunted the Gallardo and Aventador. All critical information, along with navigation and audio, are integrated into the instrument panel screen. The climate control system has large vents in just the right spots, and the cockpit is very well insulated from heat and noise. With a more extensive use of composites than any Lambo before it, and is rated at 20 mpg highway and capable of 202 mph. AWD launches you from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds, and before 10, you’ve reached 124 mph. The most civilized Italian exotic we have experienced, it has elevated the raging bull into uncharted territory.
The 620-2 Super Trofeo was developed through a collaboration between Dallara Engineering and their founder Giampaolo Dallara. He has worked with the Italian company in the past, leading development as an engineer for the Miura back in 1963. It’s completely ready for the racetrack, with no need for additional modifications or engine adjustments prior to competing. The only thing you may want to adjust is the livery. However, there’s no room for passengers in this race car—with only one seat, you better be prepared to race alone. The Super Trofeo is powered by the same V10 engine found in the road-going version, which produces 620 horsepower. However, thanks to the hybrid carbon fiber and aluminum chassis and other weight reductions, the car only weighs 2,800 pounds, resulting in a power-to-weight ratio of 4.5 pounds per horsepower. As far as aerodynamics go, the race car has fitted the car with a large number of new exterior pieces, including the ten-position rear wing, front and rear diffusers, adjustable front air intakes and more.
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