Lamborghini doesn't need to make commercials. Its cars sell themselves. That didn't stop the Italian automaker from creating a commercial featuring its Huracán lineup. The scene is simple: Four Huracáns--one representing each model in the current lineup--start in different locations equal distances apart. The clock starts and it's a...
The Lamborghini Huracan made its public debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It replaced the Gallardo, the company’s best-selling model as of 2016, in the lineup and became Lambo’s entry-level supercar. Slightly longer and wider than...Show More Summary
Launched in 2014 as a replacement for the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s best-selling nameplate as of 2016, the Huracan has proven quite popular with supercar fans in its first two years on the market. Its fresh, aggressive design, modern interior...Show More Summary
lamborghini has unveiled its new rear-wheel lamborghini huracan spyder at the 2016 los angeles motor show. the mid-engined, rear-wheel drive spyder will be priced from $429,000 before on-road costs when it goes on sale in january, 2017. Show More Summary
Lamborghini introduced a rear-wheel-drive version of its Huracán Spyder at this week's 2016 Los Angeles auto show. The car’s arrival also marks a change in the Italian brand’s naming strategy, with the traditional alphanumeric portion of its cars’ titles to be replaced with something more descriptive. So instead of the...
Having launched the Huracan with four-wheel drive, Lamborghini promptly went about ripping the front driveshafts out again to create the lighter, rear-driven Huracan LP580-2. Designed to make the entry-level bull attractive to drivers who want to pull lurid slides, it was an instant hit when it landed earlier this year. Show More Summary
The latest Lambo not only drops its top, but sends 100% of its power to the rear wheels, allowing for drifting fun and making up for any weight gained by the convertible structure. Its V10 makes 580 hp, launching this bad boy to 62mph in 3.6s, with a top speed of 198 mph.
The newest Lamborghini supercar is the Huracán RWD Spyder, a car that is nonsensical in the best way.
The Lamborghini Huracan Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder has been unveiled at the Los Angeles motor show a year after the LP580-2 coupe sibling made its debut. As with the LP580-2 coupe, the Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder is powered by a slightly detuned version of the company’s naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10. The motor generates 426kW of power at […]
Lamborghini Huracán Rear-Wheel-Drive Spyder The even sportier speedster handles like a race car while charging to 198 mph… Viju Mathew
Lamborghini drops the top on the rear-wheel drive Huracan, and Mazda refreshes the CX-5 crossover.
The rear-wheel drive Spyder gets a 580-horsepower V10 engine.
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The joy of top-down motoring with the extra excitement of less grip. That's the new RWD Huracán Spyder.
Love the rear-wheel-drive Lamborghin Huracán LP 580-2 but wished it came as a convertible? Well, your wish has come true as Lamborghini has just unveiled an open-top version. It makes its debut on Wednesday at the 2016 Los Angeles auto show and races into showrooms in January 2017. Apart from its soft-top roof, which is borrowed from the LP...
Lamborghini has a new Huracan, and with this one, less is more.
If you’ve been holding on to about 200 grand (mostly in change) because you wanted a Lamborghini Huracán, but it had to be both a drop-top and RWD only, you’re finally able to unload all that cash. Because Lambo has finally revealed a rear-wheel drive Huracán Spyder, and it’s called, cleverly the Lamborghini Rear… Read more...
Lamborghini's latest flavor of Huracan does more with less.
When you were 13, were you winning your class in global time attack from behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo race car? No. You were not, because you are not Steven Aghakhani. Read more...
The Lamborghini Huracán, when it first arrived, promised to be a focused Italian speedster that maintained some semblance of balance thanks to its Audi internals and all-wheel-drive system. That car was the 580-4. It wasn't long, however, until Lamborghini brought forth the drifter's delight that is the 580-2. This is the rear-wheel-drive...