2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4
 
2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4
dec 23, 2013

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

 

 

 

in the same year lamborghini turned 50, the italian luxury car brand celebrated the company’s anniversary by releasing the lamborghini egoista, a 600 horsepower 5.2-liter V10 concept hypercar, and now – a few months after the final stop of the grande giro d’italia in sant’agata bolognese – has presented the lamborghini huracàn LP 610-4. unveiled ahead of the 2014 geneva motor show, the huracàn was designed as the successor to automobili lamborghini’s most successful production car ever – the gallardo. wrapped in a blanket of sharp edges, monolithic and sculpted volumes with precise surfaces, it references styling cues from it’s bigger brother – the aventador.

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

 

 

when paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch ‘lamborghini doppia frizione’ (LDF) gearbox and a new 5.2 liter V10 engine that delivers 610 horsepower to all four wheels, the raging bull hits 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds and to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.9 seconds before topping out at over 325 km/h ( 200 mph).

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

 

 

within the interior, the huracàn is dominated by an innovative cockpit: a 12.3 inch full-color TFT instrument panel delivers all car information to the driver – from rev counter to navigation maps and infotainment functions – and is complemented by fully upholstered fine nappa leather and alcantara throughout.

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

 

 

‘like the gallardo and most other lamborghini models, derives its name from the world of bullfighting. the fighting bull huracán of the spanish conte de la patilla breed was known for his outstanding courage and strong sense of attack. he fought in alicante in august 1879, showing his unrelenting character and remaining defiant and invincible, thus entering into the legend of fighting bulls’ history.’

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

thanks to stop & start technology, the huracàn consumes 12.5 liters of gasoline per 100 km

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

the huracàn references styling cues from it’s bigger brother – the lamborghini aventador

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

monolithic and sculptured volumes with precise lines wrap the surface of the supercar

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

tail light detail

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

louvers details

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

interior cockpit

 

 

2015 lamborghini huracan LP 610-4

dashboard detail

  • I love to smell the interior of this fat lady while hearing her scream.
    Woo Hoo! Lambo does it again.

    rollee
  • I think that it looks amazing I saw it in http://www.lamborghinipalmbeach.com and since then I can’t stop thinking of huracan I must have it.

    Alex82
  • Come on how uninspired more of the same car designers seem to just refine there last design that’s it.
    The car looks great and who would not want to own one but design wise its like millionth cheese grater the first cheese grater was genius the millionth was meh, the only difference is I don’t own one!

    DeadKaiser
  • I totally agree, I love this car, the way Lamborghini design team always succeeds in making the previous, still beautiful, models already old and gone…but I feel there is a touch of “manierism” in the way they adopted that polygonal feature that can be found around everywhere…though, if needed, I’ll be glad to receive one to check by myself, possibly black, thank you!

    Cheers.

    mm
  • This is very near if not total perfection. I like the expressed interior vents, they add functional interest to what would be a dull, boring dash top. This Lambo is an Instant classic.

    mArkW
  • The exterior is great, they managed to keep some simplicity without being too simple and definitely lamborghini. the interior on the other hand abuses too much of that pattern of the air vents… On the air vents, on the passenger dashboard trimming… On the vents its ok, but that dashboard piece is just too much imo.

    what?
  • “stop and start automatic giving 12 l / 100km”?!?! Who wants to stop in this machine and besides, those few that can afford this monster are not going to be bothered about burning a few cents of petrol whilst waiting at the lights…

    Dr Design

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