Official: Lamborghini Huracán with 602HP V10 Does 0-100 KM/H in 3.2 Seconds, 325 KM/H

Following leaked photos and information, Lamborghini decided to lift the veil off its newest supercar, the Huracán LP610-4. While the world public debut of the car will take place at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2014, the Gallardo successor will be displayed at more than 130 private preview events in more than 60 cities throughout the world.

The Huracán is an all-new car that keeps Lamborghini’s traditional wedge shape and sharp creases. It somehow reminds of the Aventador, but is original enough not to be mistaken for its larger sibling. The rear end is the more dramatic part of the car, but in my eyes, the Huracán looks good from every angle.

The interior features a 12.3-inch full-color TFT instrument panel that delivers all car information to the driver, from rev counter to navigation maps and infotainment functions, and can be configured by the driver in different setups. Nappa leather and Alcantara adorn the seats, door panels and dashboard, with Lamborghini saying the cabin is a showcase of its “superb craftsmanship.”

Obviously, the most interesting part of the Huracán is the powertrain, which consists of a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 602hp (610PS – hence the name LP610) at 8,250 rpm and 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) of torque at 6,500 rpm. The powerplant features the new “Iniezione Diretta Stratificata” (IDS), a technology that combines direct and indirect gasoline injections, resulting in more power and torque with lower fuel consumption and emissions compared with the Gallardo V10 engine.

The engine is mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission “Lamborghini Doppia Frizione” (LDF) and sends power to all four wheels via a fully electronically controlled four-wheel drive system. The driver can select three driving modes from a switch located on the steering wheel: Strada, Sport and Corsa.

The Huracán sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds and to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.9 seconds. Top speed is over 325 km/h (202 mph), while average fuel economy is 12.5 l/100 km (18.8 mpg US), thanks to the Stop & Start technology. The engine is Euro 6-compliant and emits 290 g of CO2 per kilometer.

The chassis features a hybrid lightweight design, combining carbon fiber with aluminum. The Huracán has a dry weight of 1,422 kg (3,135 lbs), enabling a power-to-weight ratio of just 2.33 kg/hp. Lamborghini says the hybrid chassis also guarantees “race-car precision with outstanding stiffness.”

Lamborghini Huracán is fitted as standard with carbon-ceramic brakes, while the “Lamborghini Dynamic Steering” variable steering ratio system and magneto-rheologic suspension damper control are available as options. Deliveries to the first customers are planned for spring 2014.

By Dan Mihalascu



  • “Iniezione Diretta Stratificata” (IDS) = Fuel Stratified Injection (FSI)

    • Gustavo A.

      Marketing….tsc tsc

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  • kachuks

    The question still remains, will it still share underpinnings with the new R8?

    • Gustavo A.

      Well, apparently de engine is the same, I think that the new R8 won’t change some of mechanical parts because of the production costs besides the Hurracan and will be cheaper for Volks keeps the deal like that.

  • john1168

    AWESOME! I wish I could afford one. Glad to see the MRSC shocks on this car.

  • luca

    boring german design(audi owner),i’m very disapointed with the final version,the gallardo is more agressive more italian more lambo……such a shame….

    • Rick Alexander

      Boring German design (Mercedes owner)? I couldn’t disagree more. The Huracan’s design is classic Italian. This car definitely has Lambourghini DNA in it’s veins. The lines are classic exotica, and will age well (IMO). As for lacking agression, the rear 3/4 shot in image (12 of 14) shows plenty of agression. The lines are rakish, and the car looks ready to pounce. I applaud the designers for not making the car look cartoonish in it’s proportions. There’s plenty of scoops and strakes, but they aren’t overdone. I like the R8 a lot, but there was always something not quite right about the way the roof meshed with the rest of the car. I’ll wait to see it in the flesh for my final summation. All I can say is… BRAVISSIMO!!!

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