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Lamborghini Huracan – Crazy Fast The Outstanding Powerful Engine on Road

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The fact that the Lamborghini Huracan shares so many similarities with the Audi R8 does not matter. This Lamborghini is equipped with the beating heart of 5.2 liters V10 engine right behind the seats. Even if only the assembly stage takes place at Lamborghini’s factory, you still feel every move and inch in this super star car.

The Huracan is the latest model in the line of junior performance cars that belong to Lamborghini. This model is also more affordable out of the range that was first launched back in 1972 as a response to the oil depression and the market demand for a less fuel car. Its overall performance is ferocious and amazing.

The Huracan delivers an exciting and shocking feeling while driving. The 4 wheel drive chassis is added with more grip and composure. As a result, you can trust on the car for fast and furious speed and even for driving in small corners.

The Lamborghini Huracan provides you with some awesome variants such as the Huracan LP610-4 and LP580-2. As a new entry level car, Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 is priced lower than the LP580-2. At about 160,000 Pounds, the LP610-4 is far cheaper than the price of 186,700 Pounds of the LP610-4. The margin is large.

In the scope of this article, I shall focus on this Huracan LP580-2, which is my favorite choice to introduce you. Don’t worry! This car has everything you ask for in a super car for ultra-rich individuals.

Facts and technical features

Steering and dampers

The LP580-2 has an aluminum and carbon fiber chassis surrounded by double wishbones. The chassis can come with either MagneRide or fixed rate dampers depending on your choice. The super car runs through a 7-speed dual clutch gear box. You can choose the variable ratio Dynamic Steering System. Apart from the brakes covered with carbon-ceramic materials, the LP580-2 includes 8 piston calipers at the front and four pots at the rear. Each rear is 356mm in length.

If you don’t want carbon-ceramic brakes which might cost you around 5,000 Pounds, you can change another material. It’s up to you.

Thanks to the retuned springs, anti-roll bars, and dampers, the LP580-2 turns out to be reliable on the road. The redesigned and revised steering system provides direct feedback, and the weight allocation is a little bit different at 40:60 rather than 42:58. This super car also allows you to drive on three modes consisting of Strada, Corsa, and Sport.

The Strada driving mode is stated to be slightly understeer balance. On the other hand, the Sports mode might amaze you as this mode allows the car to swing the balance to oversteer. The Corsa mode is highly recommended as it is the mode for maximum performance. Besides, it is more neutral.
The ESC settings, dampers, gearbox, response with Dynamic Steering and steering weight are tweaked to offer these three different modes. The downforce over the axle is also enhanced thanks to the revised styling and wider intakes at the front. This new rear model is, furthermore, provided with new exhaust and unique 19-inch Kari alloy packaged in P Zeros, which is developed especially for this new model only.

Ride and handling

The LP580-2 is mighty fast and mind blowing. Every time the engine starts, the super car growls and howls in the strong noise and acceleration. The 5.2 liter V10 might create the utmost excitement for the owners at the maximum speed.

What is more, the LP580-2 still maintains the Anima switch of the 4 wheel car. Driving on three modes delivers a different experience. The super car might be quiet with the Strada mode, but I don’t think the ultra-rich owners prefer to drive in a car which is too much silent with lazy response and understeer. Sports mode might be suitable for those who love mind-blowing experience. With this mode, the LP580-2 slackens off the dampers for more turn-in bite and oversteer.

The problem is the ESC is a little pervasive and is not tuned with the leeway. When you are enjoying maximum speed with the Sports mode, the LP580-2 upshifts automatically. You can switch off the ESC, but the problem can only be half resolved. In corners, the control is slightly soft. The rear rolls into high-speed oversteer. Corsa mode, on the contrary, is better. The body control is more stable and reliable thanks to the turn-in. The ESC is off when you request for that.

Now that you obtain certain knowledge of different driving modes. You can start to drive it. The body balance is improved whenever you push the steer harder.

Speed and running costs

The Huracan LP580-2 features a 572bhp and 540Nm engine, allowing it to reach 62 mph from 0 in 3.4 seconds. The top speed is claimed to be 199 mph. What about the fuel costs for such a powerful super car?

Well, as a super car, the running costs will not be cheap. CO2 emission is said to be at 278g/km. With the rear wheel drive, the LP580-2 can benefit you a little bit from fuel economy. As what stated by Lamborghini, the most efficient LP580-2 can do 16.4mpg around a short distance and 31.7 mpg on test cycles.


The drivetrain is an excellent feature. You can now get involved in the driving process. The only concern that you should take notice of is the LP580-2 cannot be chucked in corners on brakes or exited with fully lit-up tires.

The overall performance shows that the fundamentals of this super car are amazing. It is as sharp, intensive and exciting as what you can expect and desire.

To sum up

The Lamborghini Huracan is, in fact, a rear drive super car aspirated by a strong and powerful 5.2 liter V10 engine. With a price of 160,000 Pounds and a top speed of 199 mph claimed by Lamborghini, it is obviously a good option for a street super car. Three driving modes provide a different riding experience for your preference. I am not hesitant to raise a big vote for Lambo.