The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan is an odd one when it comes to how Lamborghini changed over the years. The marquee is always considered as within the ranks of elite Italian carmakers when it comes to exclusivity of their cars. Then came the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4.
The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan is The Company’s Best-Selling Car, Ever
The “entry-level” price point still conveys a whopping amount for the base model of the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan. Nonetheless, its price point is actually the cheapest price for you to own a ‘Lambo’.
Exterior-wise it still retains the marquee’s signature design elements for a super car like the wedge shape, low profile, and neck-snapping looks. But compare it to previous cars of Lamborghini, the Huracan is actually subtler in design. Powering it is an Audi-sourced V10 600 horsepower power plant mated to a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox with paddle shifters.
Inside is an interior that can be personalized upon order. The space is reminiscent of a fighter jet complete with a flap covering the ignition button. The infotainment system based on Audi’s MMI situated behind the wheel which acts as a traditional gauge cluster when not in infotainment mode.
With 600 horsepower, 3,135poundsl, and electronic torque splitting for all wheel steering; it keeps the Huracan planted while screaming across the tarmac. The all-wheel-drive is to prioritize the rear wheels firstand transfer the power to any wheel that needs it when cornering. In fact, with all of the electronics put into the supercar, it’s almost too easy to drive. Seasoned drivers could even say it’s not thrilling enough due to how refined and safe the vehicle is.
Compared to other supercars, the Lamborghini Huracan looks understated but still gorgeous. 600 horses and a lot of technology can make any man happy. This car is very accessible; for purists, withall the handholding turned on, it can dull out the experience. While for those just entering the supercar market can enjoy the fact that they’re in good hands with all the assists.
There’s not much to talk about the bad things in a supercar after all, they’re supercars. Practicality and mileage does not apply to this segment. It does resemble at least mechanically the Audi R8 V10 from the engineering they share. The R8 V10 costs a lot less than the Lambo but why would you trade the Huracan for an R8?
The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan is an example of how Lamborghini changed through generations testing new designs and applying the latest technology. Powerful and refined this is a supercar with very little compromise. The Huracan truly is the supercar for the masses if you consider that it is the cheapest Lambo to date, that and the friendliness towards the inexperience driver when all the assists are on make it all the more accessible as a daily driver; if you don’t mind the practicality aspect of it.