Lamborghini Huracan Latest Update
The Huracan is Lamborghini's junior supercar, if you can call something powered by a V10 engine that. 2019’s update has added more power ...
The Huracan is Lamborghini's junior supercar, if you can call something powered by a V10 engine that. 2019’s update has added more power and there's also a slew of sophisticated new electronics that make the Huracan easier to drive hard. The revised Lamborghini Huracan Evo is available in coupe and convertible forms, with more extreme rear-wheel-drive versions coming soon.Read more
Lamborghini Huracan Quick Review
The wedge-shaped Lamborghini Huracan appears almost futuristic and the aero-enhancing updates on the Evo have added even more drama to the look. It...
The wedge-shaped Lamborghini Huracan appears almost futuristic and the aero-enhancing updates on the Evo have added even more drama to the look. It's just as dramatic on the inside with its fighter jet-inspired cues. The Evo has added a new touchscreen infotainment system that's the new go-to control for most functions. You sit low in a Huracan, but frontal visibility is actually fairly good. The Huracan cabin is customisable with lots of colour, material and equipment upgrade options that are available for a hefty price.
The Lamborghini Huracan's 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 is sensational. It revs like a superbike engine and sounds just glorious on the journey to its 8,250rpm limiter. The Huracan is instantaneous in its responses and the build of speed is addictive. The lightning-quick dual-clutch transmission plays a starring role too. A new electronic brain has also added to the Huracan's repertoire, with more exploitable handling. You can push the Lambo with gusto in the knowledge that there's a helping hand in the background. All-wheel drive helps grip but purists will find the steering missing the last bit of connection. Standard adjustable ride height makes the Huracan India-friendly and ride quality is also fairly good.