Well, if you're on the market for your first Lamborghini, a. I envy you, and b., this is what it might be.
Here's the new entry-level.
It replaces the Gallardo.
This is the new Lamborghini Huracan, name for a bull.
They're all named for bulls.
Now, a huge part of the story on this guy, it's here under glass, of course.
Here is the 6.2-liter V10 mounted midship's
classic Lamborghini arrangement.
We're getting 601 horsepower out of this car, which is about 40 to 50 more in the outgoing Gallardo in a similar configuration.
But they also pulled about 170 pounds of weight out of the vehicle.
So, everything's going the right direction for 0-62 at about 3.2 seconds.
One layout to start, it's going to be a 7-speed dual clutch out to all-wheel drive.
Later, we expect there'll be a rear-wheel drive and spider variance.
Now, take a look at the button, take a look at the face, then you're gonna see more Aventador DNA, certainly
to my eye.
Inside, a lot more tech than the old Gallardo like an all-LCD instrument panel that can go completely map if you wanted to.
Kind of an Audi thing.
All of this is NVIDIA Tegra 3 powered.
And even the center console, gauges, and switches are a lot more sleek and modern than the Gallardo.
Good-looking vehicle, and by the way, much smaller in person than they look in magazine or web photos.
Just in case you're wondering, it's not a very big car.
But it sure presents as one.
All that horsepower helps you do that.
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