Italian contemporary art – Lamborghini Huracan – in Kurbadsn
A moment before it was transferred to the final destination, the exclusive ‘Huracan’ of Lamborghini visited Kurbads.
The name ‘Huracan’ is one of a famous bull- Lamborghini continues to name their cars after prominent fighter bulls. The beast Huracan stood out with great courage in Alicante, Spain in 1879. The archives claim that he has never been beaten. I appears that the car will continue the legacy.
‘Huracan’ is a successor of Lamborghini’s best-seller ‘Gallardo’, which was sold to 14 000 clients in 10 years. In the process of evolution, it has got lighter, meaner and more sophisticated than its predecessor, but, as auto experts note, it is also way more practical and easily exploitable.
In design, the charm that is only characteristic to Lamborghini has been maintained in sharp but tasteful lines. The interior is elegant and practical, putting emphasis on conductivity. The interior is dominated by hexagon shapes, which are favored by Lamborghini, but the cockpit is too small for a driver who is larger than an average italian.
The spirit of every supercar is its engine. In this car, Lamborghini uses the same engine that was integrated in ‘Gallardo’ and in ‘Audi R8 V10 Plus’, but it is modified, gaining 50 HP, mainly because of double fuel supply, and it has 602 HP. It is untamable just like Pavarotti on the opera stage.
The engine is made in Hungary, but some parts of it in Germany. As we know, Lamborghini is owned by Audi. German attendance at Italian car making guarantees quality and reliability.
Haralds Šlēgelmilhs, the fastest Latvian on the planet, comments: ‘In the last 10 years, Lamborghini has become the number 1 supercar! Not many cars can compete with it. And ‘Huracan’ has become a success, because the price is more affordable than other Lamborghinis. In many aspects, ‘Huracan’ is better than its older brother ‘Aventador’’.
For the second year in a row, Haralds shows great results in Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe with a “Huracan LP 620-2 GT3” adapted for race.
The price of ‘Huracan’ is around 170 000 EUR excluding taxes.
Lamborghini themselves say: “It’s a time machine. Only faster.”