Lamborghini Huracan will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2014. This will be an amazing, breath-taking moment! The Lamborghini Huracan has moved into its own century with grace, sleek design and unbelievable power! Potential customers are invited to private viewings at the motor show. There are many test cars being spotted around the world under heavy camouflage. This machine is being seen everywhere with absolutely no camouflage and its eye candy to Lamborghini enthusiasts!
The new Lamborghini Huracan has a new 5.2 liter V10 engine upgraded from the engine of Gallardo's... If nothing else impresses you, these stats will send you reeling!
It offers a total of 610 PS or 602 HP at 8.250 Rpm and 560 Nm of torque at a high 6.500 Rpm. The Huracan can go from a standstill to 100 in 3.2 seconds, that's from 0-200 in just 9.9 seconds with a top speed of 325!
Its new seven-speed dual clutch transmission is an unbelievable; pinch me, dream come true! The new transmission offers seamless gear changes without ever interrupting the torque. It also allows the driver to hold down the shift peddle while braking. The Huracan will automatically select the best gear to rocket the car out of the corner as fast as possible.
Other Amazing Features:
The Huracan offers a dramatically different chassis from the Aventador which is a totally complete carbon fiber construction in which the body is combined with the chassis as one single unit. In comparison, the Huracan offers a rear bulkhead and transmission tunnel built from resin transfer mold carbon fiber. The rest is an aluminum space frame. This chassis is also being used on the next-generation Audi R8 and weighs 10% less than the Gallardo's but a good 50% stronger.
The Huracan by Duke Dynamics will have new carbon fiber parts along the side skirts and small bare carbon fiber lip spoiler.
Another awesome feature in the interior is the ANIMA button. This will allow the driver to choose from three different driving modes. Each mode changes the engine mapping, steering, four-wheel drive, exhaust, transmission and dampers. The most eye catching, eye candy feature is the completely redesigned bumper with a dramatic carbon fiber splitter which copies the shape of the bumper.
The four-wheel drive has been updated from the Lamborghini Gallardo as well. It is electronically controlled and sends 30% of the power to the front wheels and 70% to the rear wheels. In some cases, 50% of the power may go to the front wheels and the other half to the rear wheels.
Ferrari 458 Velocita, Canadian tuners Duke Dynamics and Designer Marius Dumitrascu are working overtime to prepare the latest and greatest Italian Superstar of cars for those drivers with discriminating taste. You do not want to miss the Geneva Motor Show 2014, and they would agree!
The Lamborghini Huracan will be hitting road very soon. There is little to nothing on the road that will even touch this amazing machine!
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