Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 2016, 2017 models Custom modify, V10, 5.2L, 602 hp
Lamborghini Huracan 2016, 2017 models V10, 5.2L, 602 hp As the name suggests, the Lamborghini Huracan 2016, 2017s mid-mounted 5.2-liter V-10 has been slightly downtuned, now delivering 572 horsepower. Both the engine speed at which peak power arrives and the fuel cutoff have fallen by 250 rpm to 8000 rpm and 8500 rpm compared with the 602-hp Lamborghini Huracan 2016, 2017-4. When we speculated as to whether this modest reduction in output had been done to ensure the cheaper, lighter car was not quicker than its $39,100-dearer sister, nobody looked too outraged, although Reggiani says the engine has also been digitally retuned to have a flatter torque curve better suited to, you’ve guessed it, going sideways. Lamborghini Huracan 2016, 2017 models V10, 5.2L, 571 hp Performance losses are minimal. Figure on a zero-to-60-mph time 0.2 second behind the regular car, which we timed at 2.5 seconds. The quoted top speed of 199 mph is 3 mph off the 610s terminal velocity, which is unlikely to be an issue to anyone but latter-day moonshine runners. The LP580-2 is the only Lamborghini whose pre-tax and pre-destination MSRP scoots under the $200,000 mark, albeit by less than the cost of one of the brands many logo jackets, but the good news is that very few people will realize you are driving what amounts to the base version. Apart from slightly redesigned bumpers, it looks identical to the LP610-4, projecting an equal amount of wedgy aggression. The cabin is identical, with the exterior’s edge-intensive design theme carried throughouteven the steering wheel has cornersand the underlying Audi architecture well hidden.