Lamborghini Huracan

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₱22 - ₱29.6 Million
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Huracan Specs
Engine 5204 cc
Power 602 hp
Transmission Type Dual Clutch
Seating 2 seats
Ground Clearance 100 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Power Steering Yes
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Huracan Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Huracan

Track monster

Head-turning looks

Easy to drive

Things We Dont Like in Huracan

Cramped interior

Supercar practicality

Very expensive

Recent Updates of Huracan

The Lamborghini Huracan has slowly but steadily achieved the same legendary status as the car it replaced – the Lamborghini Gallardo. Building on the wedge-shaped design of its predecessor it had some pretty big shoes to fill considering the Gallardo is the most Lamborghini ever. The Huracan has been consistently upgraded over the years to become a much more capable and accomplished supercar. The Huracan is available with a 5.2L naturally aspirated V10 engine which comes in three different tunes across its many different variants. This means that the Huracan’s engine can generate 571 hp and 540 Nm of torque in the standard coupe (now known as the Evo) and the Spyde, 602 hp and 650 Nm of torque in the RWD version and 632 hp and 600 Nm in the Performante and the Performante Spyder. All variants use a 7-speed dual clutch transmission with power going to all 4 wheels except for on the RWD version. Prices similarly range from Php 22.6 million to Php 29.6 million. This price will get you a track monster with impressive power to weight ratio, top speed of more than 325 kmph and sub 3 sec 0-100 kmph acceleration time.

Lamborghini Huracan 2020 Price List

Lamborghini Huracan August 2020 prices start from ₱22 Million for base variant Coupe and goes upto ₱29.6 Million for top-spec variant Performante Spyder.

Variant Price list Specifications  
Lamborghini Huracan Coupe ₱22 Million*
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5204 cc, 602 hp, Dual Clutch, Gasoline
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder ₱22.6 Million*
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5204 cc, 602 hp, Dual Clutch, Gasoline
Lamborghini Huracan RWD Coupe ₱24.9 Million*
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5204 cc, Dual Clutch , 572 hp, Gasoline
Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder ₱25.5 Million*
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5204 cc, Dual Clutch , 572 hp, Gasoline
Lamborghini Huracan Performante ₱29 Million*
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5204 cc, Dual Clutch , 630 hp, Gasoline
Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder ₱29.6 Million*
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5204 cc, Dual Clutch , 630 hp, Gasoline
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Lamborghini Huracan Price In Philippines

₱22 - ₱29.6 Million
₱22 - ₱29.6 Million
₱22 - ₱29.6 Million
₱22 - ₱29.6 Million
₱22 - ₱29.6 Million

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Lamborghini Huracan Colors

Huracan is available in 4 different colors - Bianco Monocerus, Arancio Borealis, Giallo Inti and Verde Mantis.

  • Bianco Monocerus

  • Arancio Borealis

  • Giallo Inti

  • Verde Mantis

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Lamborghini Huracan Fuel Consumption

Fuel Type Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Gasoline 11.24

Lamborghini Huracan Review

  • Huracan Overview
  • Lamborghini Huracan Interior & Features
  • Huracan Exterior
  • Lamborghini Huracan Ride & Handling
  • Huracan Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Lamborghini Huracan Braking & Safety
  • Huracan Verdict

Huracan Overview

Replacing Lamborghini’s all-time best-selling car – the Gallardo – the Huracan was first launched worldwide in 2014. Like all Lamborghinis, this too is named after a Spanish fighting bull. The Huracan improved upon the tried and tested recipe of the Gallardo with new styling, LED illumination, improved interiors, bigger engine, magnetic ride control and so much more. Supercars are at the cutting edge of innovation. And in this vein, the Huracan has been steadily improved upon to keep it competitive. This has resulted in one of the best supercars money can buy today. And with the competition of the Ferrari 488, Audi R8 V10 Plus and Aston Martin Vanquish to contend with, that is not an easy job to do. Lamborghini further sells the Huracan in a range of variants that cater to every kind of riding experience that its distinguished driver may demand. There is the plain vanilla Coupe variant or the LP 610-4 that comes with four-wheel drive, 602 hp and a price tag of Php 22 million. The Spyder version of this sells for Php 22.6 million. The RWD or the LP 580-2 version of these (with 580 hp) sell for Php 24.9 million and Php 25.5 million respectively. Then at the top of the range are the race focused LP 640-4 Performante variants that come with 631 hp on tap and extensive aerodynamic upgrades to make the best of this power. Available for Php 29 million for the coupe and 29.6 million for the Spyder, these are at the pinnacle of racing technology. But Lamborghini’s habit of releasing numerous one-offs pushes this range even further. Let’s have a deeper look at the Lamborghini Huracan.  

Lamborghini Huracan Interior & Features

Across its varied range of cars the interior layout remains more or less the same. Nearly every surface is wrapped in velvety Alcantara. The harder surfaces like the center console can be had in carbon fiber or marble like forged carbon fiber in the Performante. Body-hugging racing seats, a 12.3” TFT display, infinitely configurable displays, fighter aircraft inspired details and more hexagons than you can count mean that you will be finding small surprises even after owning a Huracan for many years. With Lamborghini’s Ad Personam division, you can customize the interior to the best of your liking with the finest materials. With the infotainment supporting Apple CarPlay and Lamborghini telemetry system, it is also as hi-tech as it gets.  But like any other supercar, this is not the most practical car by far. There is little to no storage to speak of. Getting in and out is not the easiest thing to do. At least the doors open like normal doors.

Huracan Exterior

Not to be picky, but when the Huracan was first launched, its styling did not get the same kind of reaction as its predecessor. But now after nearly four years, the Huracan’ styling has more than grown on us. It takes the Gallardo’s styling and makes it more aggressive while still creating its distinct identity. The front intakes and splitter have been shifted and redesigned across different iterations to make it look more menacing. The aerodynamic shape of the car has remained more or less unchanged. The side profile shows off the now signature curves associated with modern Lamborghini chassis. Move to the back and you are presented with a Miura inspired rear end which is one of the best looking in car industry. And that is without the wing afforded by the Performante version. The quad exhaust pipes and the way Lamborghini manages the task of handling aerodynamics and engine cooling is simply inspired. With its dimensions of 4459 mm (L) X 1924 mm (W excluding mirrors) X 1165 mm (H) it manages to stay positively tiny. Exuberant touches like the excessive amount of hexagons, Y shaped accents in the lights and a glass engine cover, make this is a very desirable car. But in truth, it is one of the best execution of function follows form. Even purely functional elements like the 20” alloys with 245/30 front and 305/30 rear tires are tuned to add to its visual appeal.

Lamborghini Huracan Ride & Handling

With a lightweight and rigid carbon fiber and aluminium chassis, completely paneled underbody, independent suspension and a body shaped for minimal aerodynamic drag and maximum downforce, the handling is exactly as you’d expect from a supercar. Add on the optional electronically controlled magneto-rheologic suspension and dynamic steering with variable steering ratio and the active aerodynamics via the ALA package for the Performante and you will soon realize why this car held the lap record on Nürburgring Nordschleife for nearly a whole year in 2016. Equally impressive is the fact that this car is easy to drive even for newcomers. The ride is more comfortable than most supercars and easy to live with on a day to day basis. Lamborghini's ANIMA (Adaptive Network Intelligence Management) technology, allows the driver to further calibrate the driving experience specifically to their needs. There are three settings with STRADA offering comfort and maximum grip for everyday use and long trips, SPORT for sliding around and having fun and CORSA for track performance.

Huracan Engine & Fuel Consumption

The party piece of the ensemble is definitely the 5.2 L naturally aspirated V 10 engine mated to a 7 speed LDF dual clutch gearbox. It uses direct injection and Lamborghini’s direct stratified injection system in various tunes to produce 572, 602 or 632 hp at 8000 rpm across the range. The torque figure is equally massive at 540, 560 or 600 Nm at around 6000 rpm. This torque is the top end of an optimized curve that delivers 70 percent of it at just 1000 rpm. Combined with the low weight of the car this translates to a power to weight ratio of 2.36 kg per hp, a top speed of more than 325 kmph and a 0-62 mph time of as low as 2.9 sec for the Performante. With stop-start system and cylinder on demand tech it is also reasonably fuel efficient at 7 kmpl.

Lamborghini Huracan Braking & Safety

The front and rear get ventilated and cross-drilled 380 mm and 356 mm Carbon-ceramic discs with 6 and 4 piston aluminum monoblock calipers respectively. These give it a 100-0 distance of 31.9 m. Active safety aids include electronic stability control with integrated ABS and TCS. Driver, passenger, and side airbags are of course standard.

Huracan Verdict

Going by the numbers, the Huracan has been a huge hit and is set to surpass the numbers set by the Gallardo. It has received excellent reviews from the biggest publications and for the price is one of the best cars that money can buy. Yes, it is not the most practical car. But for bragging rights, track performance and as a thing of beauty, it is both timeless and priceless.

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    Habagat Jan 31, 2020 for Lamborghini Huracan

    I bought this mini super car just a few weeks back and am thoroughly satisfied. I have chosen the all wheel drive one and I must say the car is performing as per my expectation so far. They have introduced a seven speed dual clutch gearbox and an exclusive chassis in their new model. The engine quality of this car Read More

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    Grant Nov 15, 2019 for Lamborghini Huracan

      This supercar is an epitome of performance and is a perfect replacement for the most popular Lamborghini ever, the Gallardo. Huracan is a very capable car when it comes to offering an immersible driving experience. The most important element which I like about this car is its 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine which produces around 571 hp of power Read More

Lamborghini Huracan FAQ

What are the Safety Features Available in Lamborghini Huracan?

The safety features available in Lamborghini Huracan Below:

Feature Value
Driver Airbag Yes
Passenger Airbag Yes
Side Airbag-Front Yes
Child Safety Locks Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Brake Assist Yes
Ebd Yes
Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
Rear Seat Belts No
Seat Belt Warning Yes
Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts No
Rear Camera Yes
Parking Sensors Yes
Crash Sensor Yes
Front Impact Beams Yes
Side Impact Beams Yes
Door Ajar Warning Yes
Tyre Pressure Monitor Yes
Traction Control Yes
Engine Check Warning Yes
What are the Dimensions of Lamborghini Huracan?

Below are the Dimensions of Lamborghini Huracan:

Feature Value
Seating Capacity 2 seats
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 83 L
Wheel Base 2620 mm
Front Tread 1668 mm
Rear Tread 1620 mm
No Of Doors 2
Height 1165 mm
Length 4459 mm
Ground Clearance 100 mm
Width 2236 mm
Kerb Weight 1542 kg
Gross Weight 1600 kg
What is the Engine Capacity of Lamborghini Huracan?

Lamborghini Huracan comes with 6 variants. The Top variant Performante Spyder:

Engine Specification
Engine 5204 cc
Power 630 hp

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