Lamborghini outfits the Huracan LP610-4 Avio with exclusive colors and trim which take inspiration from aviation. The changes aren't as exciting as the Centenario, but they add extra flash to the Huracan.
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Lamborghini is updating the Huracán LP610-4 to include cylinder deactivation, a retuned all-wheel drive system, and numerous new trim options available for the 2016 model year.
The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder should have no problem getting the wind blowing through drivers' hair with its 201-mph top speed.
The new Huracán Spyder might be a convertible, but it's still a Lamborghini, which means it'll hit 62 in a toupee-rattling 3.4 seconds and top out at 201 mph.
Harry Metcalfe loves Lamborghinis. In his latest video, he drives the new Huracan and parks it next to his Countach to see how the two Italians stack up.
Mansory tuned the Lamborghini Huracan to 1,000-plus horsepower and loaded it up with carbon fiber to create the Torofeo, which premiered at the Geneva Motor Show.
Lamborghini may not offer a manual-transmission option on the new Huracán – so few customers were asking for it on the preceding Gallardo as it was – but don't think that it won't pursue ever more hardcore variants. And that will reportedly include a rear-drive version.
Sometime tomorrow, Lamborghini is expected to reveal the new Huracán LP610-4 Super Trofeo and kick off a new era for its spec racing series. But before it does, a videographer on the ground going by the handle Carspotter Jeroen has released this clip of the latest Lambo racer preparing for its closeup.
If you want to learn how to get the most out of your Lambo, who better to teach you than Lamborghini itself. That's why the Bolognese automaker has launched the Lamborghini Accademia. Developed by the factory's Squadra Corse competition department, the Lamborghini Accademia is set up to show customers how to handle their supercars on a closed track and with the expert tutelage of factory instructors.
We all know the story of how Automobili Lamborghini got its start. The short of it is that Ferruccio, who had already started a successful tractor business, wanted to stick it to Enzo Ferrari, so he started making sports cars of his own. Lamborghini, however, never embraced motorsports to the same degree that Ferrari has – dabbling in Formula One engines in the early '90s and the occasional foray into GT racing – but these days the Raging Bull marque is getting more serious about rac
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It's barely been two months since Lamborghini revealed the new Huracan. The latest ten-cylinder Raging Bull hasn't even had its public debut yet, scheduled to take place next month at the Geneva Motor Show (the same show where McLaren will reveal its new 650S and Ferrari the revised California T). But the Bolognese automaker has already managed to take a whopping 700 orders for the new supercar.