We all are aware of the fact that the Lamborghini Huracán Performante is quicker around the Nürburgring, than the Porsche 918 Spyder. But now that Lamborghini has removed the cover off the car, we can actually see the specifications, the active aerodynamics and so on.
Being a track monster, right off the bat we can the new aerodynamic devices and the new carbon fiber pieces, such as the hood cover for the engine, the front and rear spoilers, the rear diffuser along with the rear bumper. Altogether, they help the car lose about 88 pounds than the standard version. The spoilers actually have an electrically-actuated set of flaps to adjust the aerodynamics of the car.
Lamborghini’s V10 now produces 640-horsepower with 443 pound-feet of torque. The suspension has been stiffened, power is sent to all four feels, and are available with Pirelli P Zero Corsas, or the “illegal for the street: Trofeo Rs. All this changes allow the car to rocket to 60-miles-per-hour in just 2.9-seconds with a top speed of 202-miles-per-hour.
Other than the technicalities, the car is wild. And by that we mean it’s looks. The massive wing, the enormous exhaust tips, and the Italian colours along the doors make the car more visually mean. All of this should help justify the $274,390 price tag.
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