Priced at £180,720, Lamborghini’s all-new Huracán boasts a refreshing–yet simultaneously intimidating–type of sophistication. The sleek successor to the Gallardo, the elegant vehicle will tout an engine that produces 602bhp (or 610ps), and 413lb torque–enough to push the Huracán to 62mph in just 3.2 seconds, and claim a top speed of 202mph (the powerful core is an upgraded version of the familiar 5.2-litre V10, found in both the Gallardo and R8).
The Huracán’s dual clutch, seven-speed auto gearbox was also inspired by the R8, while double wishbones at each border with electronic dampers and anti-roll bars situated at either end echo the Gallardo’s design (though in the Huracán, they are joined by standard-issue carbon-ceramic brake discs and a novel ANIMA button, akin to Ferrari’s manettino dial).
The Lambo’s cabin showcases a pair of super supportive bucket seats, along with a new 12.3-inch digital TFT screen that can be customized depending on a passenger’s mood. The plush tangerine-accented interior is also outfitted with a handful of modern features, including heated seats.
Key specs: 0-62mph sub 3.2sec (claimed); Top speed 202mph; Economy 22.6mpg; CO2 290g/km; Kerb weight 1532kg; Engine V10, 5204cc, direct injection, petrol; Installation mid, longitudinal, four-wheel drive; Power 602bhp at 8250rpm; Torque 413 ft. at 6500rpm; Power-to-weight 393bhp/tonne; Specific output 116bhp/litre; Compression ratio 12.7:1; Gearbox 7-speed dual-clutch automatic.