As is true with such high handed vehicles, this beauty in white in all likeliness already has a buyer. Huracan is powered by a 618PS/560Nm 5.2-litre V10 engine mated to 7-speed dual clutch transmission (variable drive) and gets to 100kmph in 3.2 seconds. The raging bull gets to a top speed of about 325 kmph, and if it matters to you, fuel efficiency is pegged at 8kmpl.
Quite literally handcrafted at Sant’Agata Bolognese, here’s a Rs 3.5 crore wonder. Huracan replaces Gallardo and is named after a legendary 19th century Spanish fighting bull having been built as an all new car. At first glance, you’ll see LED headlamps, new roofline, and Giano design 20-inch wheels.
Buyers can continue with Lamborghini’s iconic transparent engine cover or one in carbon fibre, in a wide selection of colours, some new. On the inside, there’s 3 trims and Alacantara is in use. Front heated seats can be adjusted electrically. Huracan’s turning circle is at 11.5 m and kerb weight at 1,422 kg.