Lamborghini completes the range of its restyled Huracan. Last year, the bull brand first unveiled the Huracan Evo, revised and corrected version of the first Huracan LP610-4. This Huracan Evo, then unveiled in Spyder version, has a four-wheel drive transmission and an atmospheric V10 brought to 640 horsepower (as on the old Huracan Performante).
And the Italian manufacturer begins 2020 with the new RWD variant, which takes over from the old Huracan LP580-2. Its V10 develops 610 horsepower (for 560 Nm of torque), which is exactly the same figure as the old Huracan LP610-4 and the Audi R8 V10 Plus. But it's also 30 more horsepower compared to the previous Huracan propulsion. The new RWD also adopts the technological innovations that appeared on the four-wheel-drive Evo: the rear steering wheels, but also the torque vectoring system specially recalibrated for propulsion.
The new entry-level Huracan
Lamborghini announces a 0 to 100 km / h shot in 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 325 km / h. Thanks to the elimination of the transmission half-shaft, the Huracan RWD is also lighter than the Huracan Evo: the manufacturer announces a dry weight of 1389 kilos (and a 40/60 weight distribution between the front and the back). Lamborghini announces a European base price of 159,443 euros excluding tax, or just over 191,000 euros including tax in France.