The Huracan might be the baby Lambo, but it is a full-on supercar. It has a naturally aspirated 602 HP (610 PS) 5.2-liter V10 that also sounds the part and its wedge-shaped design is extremely striking. So, it’s great, but not something you’d use as a workhorse.
Well, as we’ve seen before, companies go to great lengths to modify vehicles to ensure that they can keep up with the high-powered vehicles that are used in movies. The fastest camera car we’ve ever seen is the Ferrari 458 Italia that was used in “Need for Speed.”
The car, which is aptly named the “Huracam”, is more than just a Huracan with a high-end camera: it’s a bespoke vehicle that blends supercar performance with the ability to capture stunning footage. Combining those two things is difficult, as anyone that’s made a car video with a GoPro smacked onto the hood can attest.
The company reportedly spent months and over half a million dollars to make the frame and camera controls. When you’re spending that kind of money on something that will dangle over a car’s front end, you want to make sure it’s done right.
Incline Dynamic Outlet doesn’t state how much weight all of the fancy gizmos added, but the Huracan’s V10 is more than up to the task of reaching immense speeds. The car retains its top speed of 201 mph (323 km/h), which should be enough to get anything on camera.
Unless someone decides to use a Bugatti Chiron or something similar, which is quite unlikely, the Huracam will hold the title of the world’s fastest camera car.