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LAMBORGHINI Huracan Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 6
First production year: 2014
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2020 - Present

The three letters from the Hurracan STO came from the Super Trofeo Omologata, which meant a road-legal super sports car developed on the track. Lamborghini was one of the greatest carmakers who found a way to offer the same car at various performance levels. Moreover, apart from the factory's management, nobody knew exactly how many new versions would be for the same car. But it wasn...

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  LAMBORGHINI Huracan STO 5.2L V10 7AT (640 HP)

2019 - Present

Unveiled less than a year after its all-wheel-drive big brother, the Lamborghini Evo RWD is a true driver's supercar in the modern Lamborghini lineup. Just like the AWD Huracan Evo, the rear-wheel-drive model has a front/rear weight distribution of 40/60 and sits on a double wishbone suspension with overlapped quadrilaterals and passive shock absorbers. That being said, the electro-mechanic...

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  LAMBORGHINI Huracan Evo RWD 5.2L V10 7AT (610 HP)

2019 - Present

The 2019 Lamborghini Huracan received a facelift, an improvement for the next decade. The new engine offered is the 5.2 liters naturally-aspirated Lamborghini V10 engine but upgraded for more power and a powerful sound. Amongst the new technologies that made this engine magnificent, there are titanium intake valves and a lighter exhaust system. The Huracan Evo produces 640 hp and 600 Nm (442...

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  LAMBORGHINI Huracan Evo 5.2L V10 7AT AWD (640 HP)

2017 - 2019

Lamborghini was not pleased with the performances offered by the Huracan. It added more power and made it faster with the 2017 Huracan Performante (performance) series. In March 2017, Lamborghini unveiled the Huracan Performante at the Geneva Motor Show. It was one of the special editions made by the Italian car-manufacturer for its vehicles. It was usual for brands such as Lamborghini, Ferra...

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2016 - 2019

Lamborghini ended its customers' wait and introduced the two-wheel-drive Hurracan in 2016, and the result was a less performant and more playful car. Lamborghini was not keen to make an all-wheel-drive car in the '80s, but it had to admit that the engine power became too high for a two-wheel-drive vehicle. But in 1993, the Italian carmaker made the Diablo VT with a viscous center di...

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2014 - 2019

When you’re out to replace a car like the Lamborghini Gallardo, the most successful model in the brand’s history, you just know you have to keep everything razor-sharp. This seems to be the way for Lamborghini’s Huracan, or LP610-4 as pedants call it. Carbon fiber has found its way next to the aluminum in the chassis, which means that the supercar now has a dry weight of 1,422 kg (3,135 lbs)....

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