Lamborghini Huracán: A Spanish fighting bull

It’s the most famous bull in the automotive world. Abrand born from anger Ferruccio Lamborghini was bleep and synonymous with high performance exclusivity. For over 50 years, Lamborghini has handcrafted high-end Italian supercars. The whole point of a Lamborghini is to look and to sound outrageous. And most popular model is the bestselling Italian supercar in history. The Gallardo was the most successful Italian supercar of all time. The Gallardo absolutely was the car that put this company on firm ground. Now the Gallardo needs to be replaced. For the model comes once a decade for us so it’s a very critical time, a very demanding time. One missed step could spell disaster for the marque. Its’ an Italian bullet called the Lamborghini Huracán.


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Aeronautically-inspired silhouette blasts from zero to 100 kilometres per hour in just two and a half seconds. It has a top speed of 325 kilometres per hour one quarter the speed of sound, and the weight of an entire automotive brand hinging on its success. The Lamborghini Huracan is the newest machine from the house of the raging bull, one of the most famed and feared marques in the automotive world. Yet the brand owes its creation to two men and a myth. In post-war Italy, industrialist Ferrucio Lamborghini is making a fortune building tractors.

It’s a booming business in the agrarian region of Emilia-Romagna, a place where farming has ruled for centuries. By 1960, his company sells over 400 tractors per month.The process starts with the internal design competition. Lamborghini no longer use clay to design their cars. It’s a very traditional business to design a car you sketch it. Building a clay model and shape it by hand. They design the entire car on a computer.

The Huracan, not only sounds like a race car, but it accelerates like one too going 0 to 100 km per hour in just 2.5 seconds just three times longer than F-18 jet fighter to 100 kmph. Launch controls are pretty brutal on on this car. Its’ a car they’ve designed to be more of a sports car and go out and actually go around corners quickly and really be fun to drive. The machine’s ultra-low power to weight ratio of 2.3 kilograms per horsepower helps it slice and dice in the twisties. The Huracan is so easy to drive that any novice could go in and get on a racetrack. Home features state-of-the-art shock absorbers that adjust the suspension that adjust the suspension in fractions of a second to give the best traction possible. These special shock absorbers and these gyroscopes and all these computer programs with the goal of making the car faster around a racetrack and around the winding road.


The Huracan features magnetorheological dampers. Cutting edges shock absorbers contain tiny meta particles in a synthetic oil. When voltage is applied the particles generate a magnetic field which adaptably changes the amount of rebound the shock experiences.The end result is an infinitely adjustable suspension system. They really
want this to be a well-rounded supercar that you really can go out and drive anywhere, and to be just as much fun to drive as any of the competition. That competition isnt’ for everyone. With a base price of €189,000 the Huracan lives in the realm of the ultra-exotic. Either you’re a connoisseur at least, or you’re definitely you’re not following the beaten path there, you’re doing something different.


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