Articles about Lamborghini Huracan

It makes the stock Huracan look rather tame
We have an apology to make. In October 2019, a Norwegian company called Zyrus Engineering announced a new hypercar called the LP1200, and we completely missed it.We're not sure how, because the plans look absolutely bonkers. As you can tell,
Just like its coupe sibling
Lamborghini is very much...open for business. Quite literally. Here, we present the Huracan Evo RWD Spyder, an open-top version of a car we're rather fond of.This Spyder promises the same penchant for skids its coupe sibling demonstrated in
These make us miss driving even more
We're all trying to make the most out of our time and be productive while we're locked up during quarantine, making do with the books, gadgets, and useful materials we have at home.For others, though, being productive may not
Part of its sales revenue will go towards a good cause
How best to out-Evo a Lamborghini Huracan Evo? More power, and a load more carbon fiber. Which, incidentally, is exactly what 1016 Industries has done to Lamborghini's baby supercar.We shall start at the back because there lies a new
Slip and slide!
Wrong. A slower, cheaper one. Lamborghini has made a habit of this for a while now. Back in 2009 it launched the Gallardo LP550-2 Balboni, which, if I've got my sums right, was the first rear wheel-drive Lamborghini since
Now with 20% better corner-exit traction and 30% more oversteer
Heads up, Lambo fans: Lamborghini is starting the year with the reveal of the new Huracan Evo RWD. The rear-wheel-drive supercar gets 30% more oversteer and 20% better corner-exit traction.It has a familiar setup, packing a naturally aspirated
Packing around 1,000hp, if things go according to plan
Hard to believe this particular Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 started life as a lightly modified supercar. A previous turbo mod failed, causing a massive fire that destroyed the whole thing.Enter Chris Steinbacher, who purchased the fire-damaged shell of the Huracan,
Want a car none of your millionaire friends will have? Try this Huracan transformed into a ’70s homage
Meet the Aventador SVJ 63 and the Huracan Evo GT
Typical. You spend ages waiting for a new Lamborghini, and...well, you know the rest. Here are two brand-new special edition Lambos: the Aventador SVJ 63, and the Huracan Evo GT.Let's talk Aventador SVJ first, because...V12. Only 63
The wonder of natural aspiration lives on in this V10 supercar
We're ignoring the Audi R8 are we? Expect Lambo wish they could sometimes. Not to mention overlooking the Porsche 911 GT3 or Ferrari 812 Superfast. But it's a good point; so-called 'everyday' supercars with multi-cylinder engines breathing as
And it comes with a Liberty Walk body kit
Drift cars. The phrase will probably conjure up images of old BMW 3-Series coupes or tatty Japanese sports cars. Basically, anything where the panels shouldn't cost too much to replace if you have a little bit of a mishap.Well,
To bridge the worlds of the supercar and ‘challenging’ environments
This is the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato. Immediately, we must commend Lamborghini on building what looks like-on first impressions-the perfect car for the modern world.Just look at it. That bulked-up bodywork. Those all-terrain, off-road wheels and tires.
The build is far from done though
This owner has turned his Lamborghini Huracan into a twin-turbo, rally-spec off-road machine. It has a fully customized roll cage that covers the entire car, and custom lights to complete the rally look. The build is far from done,
Spyder version gets all the new tech of its coupe counterpart
We liked the updated Lamborghini Huracan Evo a lot. We liked its Performante-spec 631hp V10 power output, we loved the noise, we liked the touchscreen lodged into the center console, and most of all, we liked the retuned chassis and handling.
Thanks to powerful computers
What is it?There has never, ever been a boring Lamborghini, but the original Huracan was arguably just too competent for its own good. In the realm of the super sports car, this might sound like heresy, but somewhere in the matrix
Performante power, better aero, and a new touchscreen. The baby Lambo grows up?
Got your heart set on the facelifted Audi R8, have you? Hold fire. Its Italian cousin has also visited the Angular Bodywork Ltd. Factory, and emerged approximately 23% more angry-looking than before. Check out those spindly front aero blades and color
The Urus can haul ass, but can it haul?
Lamborghini's people were reluctant to have us towing an open trailer. They thought it'd make the Huracan look like it was broken down. Plus, the masses involved are stomach-churning: We've got 1.6 tons of fuelled-up Huracan
Say hello to the Ares Panther
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the return of the pop-up headlights. A quiet moment of triumph for a truly distinguishing feature, unfairly and hastily consigned to history.Ares Design has revealed a host of details and new images of its rather tasty
It's a lot of money
Remember that Lamborghini Huracan with the current Pope's signature on it? Chances are you came across photos of it circulating on social media last year. At the time, word was it was going up for auction via RM Sotheby's, and
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