The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe

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Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe – Key Details

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Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe – Key Details

Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 CoupeDetail
Launched: 2014
Engine: V10
Power: 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp) @ 8,250 rpm
Torque: 560 N⋅m (413 lb⋅ft) @ 6,500 rpm
Top Speed: 325 km/h (202 mph)
0-62 mph (0-100 kmh): 3.2 s
Replaces: TBC
Did you know: TBC

The Ultimate Guide to the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe

LAMBORGHINI HURACAN – THE ENTRY-LEVEL LAMBO, ALL GROWN UP

With the Lamborghini Huracan, we have something of a paradox. Automotive journalists first sampling the vehicle in 2014 were simultaneously flabbergasted by its incredible performance figures and underwhelmed by its docile road manners. Debuting for the 2015 model year, the Huracan represented a collaboration between Lamborghini and another Volkswagen Group brand: Audi. The results were a blending of Italian exuberance and German fastidiousness. Whether that is a perfect combination or blasphemy against the Italian brand’s heritage is a topic of debate to this day.

As the LP610-4 designation indicates, the V10 engine is mounted mid-ship, or “Longitudinal Posteriore,” just behind the driver. This mighty 5.2-litre, 610 bhp powerplant is shared with the Audi R8, as are quite a few other bits on the Huracan, in fact. Take, for instance, the high-tech aluminium/carbon fibre chassis that is stiffer and lighter than a comparable all-metal frame, while costing less than a 100% carbon fibre unit. In the Lamborghini tradition, the Huracan uses a four-wheel drive system that can send up to 100 percent of the power to the rear wheels when needed. With no manual gearbox available, the only transmission offered is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.

Taking all of the preceding specs into consideration, then, we have a lightweight, four-wheel-drive, quick-shifting supercar with over 600 horsepower. You can probably guess what happens when you mash the accelerator. Multiple reviewers observed a 0-62 mph time in under 3 seconds, with a top speed of just over 200 mph. Competitors like the 458 Italia and 911 Turbo were unable to match these levels of performance at the time. One of the few things to complain about, however, comes on the handling front. While the Huracan achieves exceptional levels of grip and can turn in impressive lap times, its tendency to understeer means the driver won’t have as much fun as in most previous Lambos.

The exterior styling was toned down compared to the Gallardo, for a slightly more understated, elegant Lamborghini. Inside, the handsome hexagonal-themed dash was inspired by the over-the-top 1967 Marzal concept car. As you would expect, all that sophistication and performance doesn’t come cheaply – the base price for an LP610-4 is right around £180,000. So, while the VW partnership seems to have resulted in a more subdued aesthetic and driving experience, the overall package presented by the Huracan is undeniably appealing.

Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe – Photo Gallery

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Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe – Technical Specifications

Technical SpecificationDetail
Performance
0-100 km/h3.2 s
0 -200 km/h9.9 s
Max. speed325 km/h / 201 mph
Engine
TypeV10
Overall displacement5.204 cm3 (317.57 cu in)
Max. power output*610 CV (449 kW) @ 8.250 rpm
Max. torque*560 Nm (413 lb.-ft.) @ 6.500 rpm
Dimensions & Weight
Length4.459 mm (175.55 in)
Width1.924 mm (75.75 in)
Height1.165 mm (45.87 in)
Dry weight**1.422 kg (3,135 lb)
Fuel Consumption14,6 l/100km
Co2 EmissionsTBC

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