• Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini
  • Image Credit: Lamborghini

TRANSLOGIC 152: Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4

  • Host Jonathon Buckley heads to the Circuito Ascari racetrack in Ronda, Spain to check the tech on the all-new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4. For Huracán, good things comes in threes: three driving modes, three gyroscopes and three accelerometers. Can all this technology combine with a 610 horsepower V10 engine to help Huracán surpass its predecessor, Lamborghini's best-selling Gallardo? Watch now to find out.
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If you, typical Lamborghini Huracan owner, aren't satisfied enough with the stock appearance of your $240,000 Italian sports car - and you know you aren't - the company has a solution. Rather than getting a tasteless gold-finish wrap or a set of oversized and overwrought Forgiato wheels, stick with factory-backed products. Lamborghini now offers three "After Sales" kits that add stripes, wings, and new wheels, all without voiding the warranty.

Not that we'd know for sure, but it must be hard owning a Lamborghini. Especially when friends in Ferraris call it an overpriced Audi R8 (don't listen to them). Ordering one of Lamborghini's new kits is a surefire way to both set yourself apart and show you only trust high-quality, lightweight composite factory pieces like the matte black front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and fixed rear wing. For you, Liberty Walk will not do.

In addition to all of the aero bits, Lamborghini offers an appearance package that adds two body-length stripes to the car, all without harming your Verde Mantis paint. While stripes and aero are fine, if you really want to impress your friends, you must opt for the center-locking wheel kit that replaces the plebeian five-lug hub. This racing-inspired option comes with Super Trofeo inspired black wheels, and you won't even need a new set of tires.

Price? Well, you know what they say about asking.

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