Filling the shoes of the very successful Gallardo, Lamborghini has unveiled its replacement, and they’re calling it the Huracán (in case you were wondering, Huracán is Spanish for hurricane and referring to a Spanish fighting bull). Powered by a V10 with 610 hp, the Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 is capable of sprinting 0-62 mph in a mere 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 201 mph. As for its design, the body of the Huracán was designed with sharp lines and takes several design cues from the Aventador, including a sleek, smooth design and the traditional wedge shape. Since this is a car meant to be driven and enjoyed on the road, the Huracán’s interior has been fitted with a complete infotainment stack, while its instrument panel is actually a 12.3-inch display screen (unlike its more race-worthy siblings). Look for the Huracán’s public debut in March at the Geneva Motor Show or at one of the 130 private preview events planned for the model.
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