This is a rear-drive modified Lambo with 610Kws

This is a rear-drive modified Lambo with 610Kws
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When Lamborghini relieved the Huracan of its front driveshaft, thus making it rear-wheel drive, it also cut power from 449Kws to ‘just’ 427Kws. The lighter, edgier LP580-2 would still do 0-100Km/h in less than 3.5 seconds and nudge 320km/h flat out, though. And for the first time, pull big, smokey slides in the process. Novitec’s Huracan will also do smokey drifts. Bigger ones, if the power figure is anything to go buy. To the naturally-aspirated V10 the German tuner has bolted two – yes, two – superchargers, taking total output to…

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Air Force Inspired Lamborghini Huracan Avio

Air Force Inspired Lamborghini Huracan Avio
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Lamborghini has unveiled the Air Force inspired limited edition Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Avio in Geneva today. This car will be available in five different exterior colour options named after coat of arms in the Italian Air Force – Ble Grifo, Grigio Falco, Grigio Vulcano, Grigio Nibbio and Verde Turbine. The exterior will also feature Air Force livery along with matte stripes in contrasting white or grey. Inspired by the rich history of aeronautical engineering of Italian Air force, the Hurcan Avio comes with a dedicated colour palette and a new…

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Watch a 2000-HP Lamborgini Huracán Shatter the Half-Mile World Record

Watch a 2000-HP Lamborgini Huracán Shatter the Half-Mile World Record
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From zero to 238.6 MPH in a half mile. That’s scary fast The Lamborghini Huracán? is already quite fast. With all-wheel drive and more than 600 horsepower coming from a massive V10, it’s able to hit 60 miles per hour in well under 3 seconds. If the driver has room to keep his foot down long enough, the Huracán? has a top speed of more than 200 miles per hour. This Huracán? just hit 238.6 miles per hour. In a half mile. Obviously it’s not stock. With a twin-turbo setup from Underground Racing, it makes a…

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