Lamborghini Huracan

The famous Italian manufacturer has produced some of the most beautiful cars of all time, and the last Lamborghini LP 610-4 Huracan is no different. With the potential to excite car lovers all over the world, Lamborghini specifications of this model has in the past year and during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, where the car has a lot of attention because of its beautiful unveils interior and exterior features ultra-modern.

While you can choose from three different variants of the model – Strada, Sport and Corsa, let me take you through some of the most demanding features of the car


As per the claims of Lamborghini, the 2015 Huracan will offer better visibility and greater interior space than Gallardo. However, most of the enhancements have been done on the dashboard, taking connectivity and entertainment to new heights. There is a 12.3-inch TFT display, having a resolution of 1,440×540 pixels. The digital needle of the tachometer can swing at an incredible pace of 60 frames per second due to fast graphics processing.

Majority of the interior functions can be viewed on the digital instrument cluster and can be customized from the steering wheel. The interior features navigation, climate control, info, phone, radio, media, volume knob and sound functions in the center console.

For music lovers, Lamborghini has provided a DVD/CD player, an audio interface for iPod/USB connectivity, digital radio tuner and Bluetooth. A standard six-speaker stereo will be used to play the audio.
You can select from a range of interior color combinations in the fine Nappa leather and Alcantara.

Exterior Design

The elegance of a Lamborghini is in the beauty of its highly concentrated power – every line and every detail pursues the need for speed, dynamics, performance. Design is an essential element of the Huracán LP 610-4, too – unmistakable, hermetically sealed and completely free from ornamentation.
The dimensions frame the contours of a dynamic wedge measuring 4,459 mm long, 1,924 mm wide and 1,165 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,620 mm. Taut curves contrast with sharp edges, which require innovative technology in working with aluminum and carbon fiber and with geometric surfaces. A characteristic basic form for Lamborghini is the hexagon – visible in the front air intakes and their three-dimensionally formed mesh inserts, in the side windows, in the intake openings for the engine and in the standard-fit wheels in Giano design.

The arrow-shaped front end of the Lamborghini Huracán angles sharply downward like the nose of a shark, with two pleats adding contour to the hood. The flat, angular headlamps are fitted only with LEDs – an innovation in this class of super sports car. Light guides produce the daytime running light, forming two Y-shaped contours in each headlamp and giving the Huracán the look of a predator ready to pounce. With a color temperature of 5,500 Kelvin, the LED light is very close to that of daylight, providing excellent road illumination and putting very little stress on the eyes. The LEDs are designed to last the lifetime of the vehicle and are extremely energy efficient.
A massive air intake, cut deep into the front end and stretching across its full width, dominates the front of the Huracán. Fins painted in body color cut strong diagonal lines through it. As on a race car, the lower contours of the air intake jut forward to form a splitter.

The avant-garde character of the Lamborghini design is particularly evident from the side – the Huracán LP 610-4 is a fast-moving technical sculpture. Its aluminium cladding stretches tautly over the mighty 20-inch wheels; a single, flowing line runs from the front end over the roof to the rear. The roof arcs slightly over the heads of the driver and co-driver, these contours continuing onto the luggage compartment lid and through the extremely low-lying C-pillars.

Starting at the headlamp, is a line that runs over the front fender to define a broad, angled edge on the door. Together with the flat, dropping roof arc, the rising door edge presents a three-dimensional frame for the side windows – which are set into the flanks like gemstones. Where these lines meet at an acute angle is the upper intake that feeds the engine with air. The lower intake for cooling air emerges from the angular sill in front of the wide, rear wheel arch. The absence of the large, vertical air intake that was a feature of the Gallardo, brings athletic tension and powerful flow to the flank of the Huracán.


Each and every kilometer in the Huracán LP 610-4 is pure fascination, particularly on a race track or winding country road. The super sports car from Sant’Agata Bolognese is a driving machine with extremely high cornering speeds and precise, virtually instantaneous reflexes. It is consistently effortless to drive, stable and free of unpleasant surprises.

Like in a race car, the mid-engine concept provides an ideal distribution of axle load of around 42:58, and the Huracán’s chassis, too, makes use of motorsport technologies. The double wishbone suspension at all four corners, for example, is made from forged aluminum in order to reduce unsprung masses. Rubber/metal mounts direct the transverse forces precisely into the bodyshell, while their elasticity delivers good longitudinal running characteristics. Track measures 1,668 mm at the front and 1,620 mm at the rear.

New developments in the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 include the electromechanical rack-and-pinion power steering. It delivers finely differentiated, immediate feedback and has a direct, sporty ratio of 16.2:1. Its power assistance, which generally consumes very little energy, decreases as speed increases. The electromechanical power steering helps the driver when braking and countersteering on road surfaces that are slippery on one side by supporting the right correction.

Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) is available as an option and marks a further innovation in the super sports car segment. At its heart is a superimposed drive unit in the steering column driven by an electric motor. The so-called strain wave gear can vary the ratio by almost 100 percent (9:1 – 17:1). In city traffic, the LDS steering is extremely direct, while its intentionally indirect setup at high speed delivers supreme directional stability. At the very edge of the cornering envelope, it minimizes understeer, as well as oversteer during load transfer, by delivering tiny, targeted countersteering impulses.

Technical Specifications 


Frame: hybrid aluminum/carbon fiber
Body: Outer skin made from aluminum, and composite material.
Mirrors: Electrically controlled exterior mirrors


Suspension: Aluminum double-wishbone suspension


Steering: Electromechanical power steering, optional LDS steering with variable ratio
Front tires: Pirelli 245/30 R20
Rear tires: Pirelli 305/30 R20
Front wheels: 8.5J x 20''
Rear wheels: 11J x 20''


Airbags: Full Size dual-stage front airbags Full size lateral airbags


Brakes: Hydraulic dual-circuit brake system with vacuum brake servo unit, six-piston calipers at the front, four-piston calipers at the rear


Type: V10 90° IDS, 40 valves
Displacement: 5,204 cm³ (317.6
Bore and stroke: Ø 84,5 mm x 92,8 mm
Compression ratio: 12.7 : 1
Maximum power: 610 CV (449 kW) @ 8,250 RPM
Maximum torque: 560 Nm (412 lbft) @ 6,500 RPM
Emission class: EURO 6
Cooling system: Water and oil cooling systems
Engine management system: Bosch MED 17 Master Slave
Lubrification system: Dry sump



Urban consumption: 17.8 l/100 km
Extra urban consumption: 9.4 l/100 km
Combined consumption: 12.5 l/100 km
CO2 emission: 290 g/km


Type of transmission: All-wheel drive with electrohydraulic multi-plate clutch.
Clutch: 7-speed LDF dual-clutch transmission, shift characteristics variable via Drive Select Mode


Top speed: >325 km/h (>202 mph)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 3.2 s
Acceleration 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph): 9.9 s


Wheelbase: 2,620 mm (103.15 in)
Overall length: 4,459 mm (175.55 in)
Overall width (excluding mirrors): 1,924 mm (75.75 in)
Overall width (including mirrors): 2,236 mm (88.03 in)
Overall height: 1,165 mm (45.87 in)
Front track: 1,668 mm (65.67 in)
Rear track: 1,620 mm (63.78 in)
Dry weight: 1,422 kg (3,135 lb)
Weight/Power ratio: 2.33 kg/CV (5.14 lb/CV)

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