Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4
The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 is like a time machine. Only faster. There’s nothing from the past that rivals the technology of the new Huracán, which comes together in a perfect car that seems straight out of the future.
Grigio Lynx Metallic exterior
Giallo Taurus/Nero interior
Hybrid alunimium / carbon fibre frame
5.2L (5204cc) V10 90-deg IDS engine, 40 valves
Direct-injection fuel delivery
7-spd AWD dual-clutch transmission
449kW @ 8,250rpm (610CV/601hp)
560Nm @ 6,500rpm
117CV/litre – Specific Power Output
108Nm/litre – Specific Torque Output
1,422kg (dry weight)
1,550kg (wet weight)
2.33kg/CV – weight/power ratio
42/58% weight distribution (f/r)
Pirelli PZERO F 245/30 ZR20 8.5J x 20″
Pirelli PZERO R 305/30 ZR20 11J x 20″
1,924mm (width, excluding mirrors)
2,236mm (width, including mirrors)
1,668mm (front track)
1,620mm (rear track)
Performance & Efficiency
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 3.2 seconds
0-200 km/h (0-124 mph): 9.9 seconds
Top Speed > 325kph (> 202mph)
Urban fuel consumption: 17.8l/100km
Extra urban fuel consumption: 9.4l/100km
Combined fuel consumption: 12.5l/100km
Emissions: 280g CO2/km
The new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 features some of the most technologically advanced design elements currently in the market:
Full-LED lighting system
Hybrid aluminium/carbon fibre chassis
Lamborghini Doppia Frizione (LDF) dual clutch gearbox
Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS)
Electronically controlled all-wheel drive system
Naturally aspirated V10 engine
Full LED Lighting Concept
For an unmistakably recognizable night design and a high tech appearance, the new Huracán features a full LED lighting system. Every light, including double-Y daytime running lights, headlamps, rear lamps, licence plate lamps and interior lights are LED. The LED lights are very similar to daylight in intensity and ensures more contrast by night and a reduced fatigue effect for the eyes of the driver.
The standard steering is an advanced Electro-mechanical Power Steering (EPS) system. It ensures an increased efficiency and was carefully set up in order to provide the driver with the perfect steering feedback according to the driving situation.
Electronically Controlled All Wheel Drive
The all-wheel drive system is electronically controlled and therefore faster and extremely precise in transferring the torque between axles, according to the road situation and the dynamic modes selected. The new all-wheel drive system was developed with the first target to increase the performance potential of the Huracán and, at the same time, traction and safety on wet or uneven roads.
The D11 is an adaptive damper system. The dampers are magnetically controlled: a special – magneto-rheological – fluid is used in order to change the damping characteristics of the suspension in milliseconds. This ensures the highest driving precision and performance, as well as day-to-day usability.
The new long stroke V10 engine is a masterpiece, with its maximum power of 610 CV (449 kW). It includes, for the first time on a V10, an injection technology coupling IDS (Iniezione Diretta Stratificata, direct fuel injection) and multi-point injection (MPI) by selectively using them in sequence or together in order to get the advantages of both systems. It also includes the Start-Stop function in order to get more efficiency. The behaviour of the engine is absolutely sporty with an incredible revving response and smoothness, delivering more than 70% of its maximum torque already at 1,000 RPM. Mid-mounting architecture ensures the car to be well-balanced in order to guarantee the best performance, handling and road holding.
Lamborghini Doppia Frizone
The new standard Lamborghini Doppia Frizione (LDF) is a 7-speed dual clutch transmission specifically tuned by Lamborghini in order to emphasize the performance potential of the ending by transferring torque to the wheels through the new electronically controlled 4WD system. The gear changes strategy is electronically controlled on the basis of the car dynamics and the selected mode.
Developed around the Driver
All features of high usability have been placed within close proximity to the driver. In this sense, all main controls (including the dynamic mode selector) were grouped onto the steering wheel so that the only levers behind it are the gearbox paddles. The high tech appearance is underlined by the large 12.3″ TFT instrument panel which visualizes all the driving and infotainment information. Through the standard driving dynamics mode selector on the steering wheel the driver can choose three driving modes: STRADA, SPORT and CORSA. This selector completely changes the behaviour of the Huracán by modifying the setups for all the main systems in the car, including engine and gearbox response, engine sound, suspension stiffness, steering and all-wheel drive torque distribution.