It still uses a 5.2-liter V10, it still looks like a Lamborghini and it still sounds like a mechanical banshee, but the Italian brand known for building fighting bulls says its newest car was made from “scratch.”
And it should be, because the decade-old car it is set to replace can cost over 250 grand. But that hasn’t stopped it from being the best-selling car in Lamborghini’s history with over 14,000 sold since it first came on the scene. Yes, the folks at Sant’Agata Bolognese had their work cut out for them when the prospect of building something to top the Gallardo came their way. Their answer?
A car that packs 610 hp, can run to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and has a dry weight of 3,135 lbs. Oh, and it makes Fabio look like a pimple-faced dweeb, too.
Lamborghini wasn’t about to release a ho-hum car to follow its brightest star to date. A specially designed seven-speed dual clutch transmission that the company calls its “Lamborghini Doppia Frizione” (LDF) directs power from the new 8,250-redline V10 to all four wheels.
Italy’s Rodeo Drive-bound hell spawn features the latest in automotive fashion. LED lighting is standard on all the exterior surfaces, as strange as it might seem to specify that for such an anticipated exotic car. Conventional gauges are gone, too. Instead, you’ll find a digital cluster detailing information ranging from rpms and speed to navigation.
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A Huracan isn’t taken lightly in the U.S. – just ask George W. Bush or Kanye West – and this thing is as attention grabbing as the former commander-in-chief and loud-mouth rapper combined. But in this case, it’s a welcome change with styling cues borrowed from the Aventador.
One thing the self-absorbed hip-hop mogul and former President have in common is that they would both (probably) agree on how attractive the inside of this car is. Like the “eye” of a Haracan, the cabin is the epitome of calm inside chaos. Or at least that’s
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The Los Angeles Auto Show has quickly become one of the most anticipated auto shows on the circuit, with many automakers making global debuts. Nine cars are expected to be shown off for the first time at this years LA show, including the Porsche Macan, MINI Cooper and Subaru WRX. Connected Cars are also becoming a hot topic at the LA show, and a whole day is dedicated to new driving technology.
With new debuts from Toyota, Nissan and Lexus, this years Tokyo Motor Show is proving that the era of Japanese sports car is far from over. Expect a new, small and cheap sports car concept from Nissan and the official reveal of the GT-R NISMO. Toyota is set to debut a new GT86 Convertible Concept, and the fruits of its collaboration with BMW. The Lexus RC Coupe is also expected to make its global debut. Other Japanese automakers sure to showcase new innovations including hybrid and hydrogen technology. It's not all Japanese automakers either, past Tokyo shows saw new cars from German companies too, including Volkswagen and Audi.
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