Used 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe
Lamborghini Huracan Coupe
The 2015 Huracan replaces the Gallardo in the Lamborghini lineup, arriving with edgy looks, new technology and improved everyday manners.
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The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 is a brand-new model from the famed Italian supercar maker. The Huracan flaunts the exclusivity that comes with packing over 600 horsepower and costing some quarter-million dollars, but the value of its existence transcends mere power and price. As the replacement for Lamborghini's best-selling Gallardo, the Huracan has big shoes to fill. Yet it's more than capable. Like the Gallardo, the Huracan is racetrack worthy thanks to a standard V10 engine and an all-wheel-drive system that enable otherworldly performance. But unlike its predecessor, the Huracan’s leather-lined cabin is more luxurious and its road manners are more civilized. It all adds up to a livable supercar that's still brasher than rivals such as the Ferrari 458 and McLaren 650S.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you not only expect but demand attention in your 2-seat exotic sports car, you’ll get plenty of it in the new Lamborghini Huracan. This wedge-tacular Italian supercar has more attitude than almost anything else on the road – and the ability to back it up.
You May Not Like This Car If...
Aside from displaying less bravado than the hard-core Huracan, the Ferrari 458 and McLaren 650S offer open-air freedom and are rear-wheel drive – traits currently lacking in Lambo’s newest model. For less expensive thrills, the Audi R8 corporate cousin also offers a V10, all-wheel drive and sizzling performance.
What's New for 2015
The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan is all-new. As the replacement for the popular Gallardo, the Huracan is the current “entry-level” Lamborghini, by which we mean roughly $250,000 vs. its $400,000-plus Aventador big brother. The name is derived from a bull that was regarded for its courage and sense of attack.
The fact that it’s a Lamborghini tells you the Huracan is blindingly fast. A glance at the numbers proves it: The Huracan goes 0-60 mph in just over 3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 202 mph. That's the outcome of 602 horsepower, all-wheel drive and a curb weight of roughly 3,400 pounds. The stats are one thing, the experience another. Lamborghinis have long had the ability to seemingly defy physics, and the Huracan proudly continues to scoff at mortals' natural laws of motion. Switch to all-out "corsa" mode, put the hammer down, and the world blurs. The impact is a visceral hurricane as you are pinned to the seat and the 7-speed dual-clutch transmission cracks through gears as the V10 screams toward its 8,250-rpm redline. Back in "strada" (street) mode, the Lamborghini is a more civilized beast with light steering, a tolerable ride and efficiency-minded gear changes.
What sounds like an X-Men villain is actually a friend to drivers, especially those who use their Huracan as a daily commuter. This optional system monitors driving conditions and adjusts the suspension within fractions of a second for optimal handling whether you're barreling down a track or meandering on a rural road.
12.3-INCH TFT INSTRUMENT DISPLAY
Instead of traditional analog dials for speed, rpm and other functions, the Huracan has a massive digital display that sits in front of the driver. In addition to displaying the usual instrument info, it can be reconfigured to show navigation, infotainment data and more. It's truly a sight to behold.
The Huracan's 2-seat cabin is arguably the poshest to ever grace a Lamborghini. Lined in leather and Alcantara and featuring an array of eye-pleasing buttons and switches, the 610-4's cockpit is comfortable and functional. It's also starting to look more and more like a high-end Audi. That's anything but a knock. Audi interiors are among the best, and everything is taken up a level here, starting with that massive digital display. An Audi-esque master dial and surrounding buttons offer easy control of navigation, audio and phone functions, while a row of seven aircraft-like switches make things like opening a window feel like an event.
If the amount of angles correlates directly to a car's beauty, the Huracan's aluminum skin is surely among the world's most breathtaking. More simply put, the Huracan is perhaps the most alluring wedge on the planet. At less than 46 inches high, this Lambo sits deceptively low, yet its squat stance is strong thanks to a width of over 75 inches not including the mirrors. In front, the hood slopes dramatically, offering good visibility out. That's not the case in back, where the engine resides. Cargo capacity is very tight, with room for only a small bag in the front trunk.
Notable Standard Equipment
What does roughly $240,000 buy you beside the envy of friends and strangers alike? Aside from owning one of the world's most iconic brands, the new Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 comes with a voracious V10 engine, carbon-ceramic brakes, 20-inch wheels, full LED lighting, and a sophisticated chassis made from aluminum and carbon fiber. Amenities include dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, 4-speaker AM/FM/CD/DVD player with USB and iPhone inputs, and partially power-operated seats.
Notable Optional Equipment
Performance and comfort upgrades are available for the Huracan, and they all come with Lamborghini prices. Desire a transparent bonnet so everyone can see that V10 heart in back? Of course you do, and that will be $7,000, please. Optional exterior paint colors will make a standout car further stand out, and range from an extra $4,500 to $14,000. You'll also have to pay extra if you want navigation, a rearview camera and even heated seats. If you're afraid of scraping that low front end, consider the lifting system that raises the front axle over an inch with the switch of a button.
Under the Hood
The Huracan is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 that makes just over 600 horsepower. This revamped engine from the Gallardo is more powerful than the one used in corporate cousin the Audi R8 and features a new "Iniezione Diretta Stratificata" (IDS) setup that uses both direct and port-style fuel injection. The Huracan is all-wheel drive, with power transmitted from its mid-mounted engine via a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (a manual transmission is not offered on the 2015 Huracan). In a bid to save fuel, the Lambo comes with a defeatable start/stop system that cuts the engine at idle. Still, with a combined rating of 16 mpg, the Huracan can't avoid a gas-guzzler tax.
602 horsepower @ 8,250 rpm
412 lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/20 mpg
The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $242,445 after factoring in destination charge and gas-guzzler tax. With options, this new Lambo's price can swell by tens of thousands to roughly the $300,000 mark. At these prices, the Huracan counts itself among the few 2-seat sports coupes that start around the quarter-million-dollar mark. Others in this rarefied territory include the Ferrari 458 at around $240,000 and the McLaren 650S that starts at about $270,000. An Aston Martin Vantage can be had for less, as can an Audi R8. Price probably isn't top of mind if you're seriously considering a Lamborghini, but it's still smart to check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others are paying. As for future resale value, our analysts have yet to predict how well the Huracan will hold its value.
Lamborghini Huracan Consumer Reviews
April 29, 2018
Amazing car! Everything about it.
It is an amazing car! Worth the money.
December 25, 2014
best vehicle ever
The horse power is amazing and exciting the syling wonderful keep up the good work lamborghini it amazing me on my test run