Lamborghini marked a milestone number of Huracan units rolling off the production line. The 8000th Spyder Grigio Lynx car, chassis number 8000, was produced on 1st June and is destined to go to hands of a buyer in the UK.
Successor to the Gallardo, Huracan could very well go on to be the most successful model from the German brand, as the Gallardo sold 14,022 units in ten years and the Huracan has managed to clock in 8000 units off the production line within three years of the its launch.
The Huracan is available various trims, including options of an all-wheel-drive (LP 610-4) or a rear-wheel-drive (LP 580-2) model. The Lamborghini Huracan Performante LP 640-4 was also launched recently, and is a high-performance version of the LP 610-4. Lamborghini is currently working on the Huracan Performante Spyder as well.
The Huracan is powered by a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 that is tuned to best suit the different models. The Huracan LP 610-4 produces 602 bhp, the LP 580-2 makes 572 bhp and the flagship Huracan Performante with the same engine develops 631 bhp. All variants get a seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission, tuned according to the model.
The Huracan is available in India at a starting price tag of Rs 2.99 crore (ex-showroom), while the Performante, which was recently launched this year, is priced at Rs 3.97 crore (ex-showroom).