A powerful beauty, equipped with a 5.2-liter V10 that produces 610 horsepower, the 2017 Lamborghini Huracán 610-4 is a topless wonder.
Sculptured and sensual, the Huracán’s design is based on the spiky hexagonal forms of the carbon atom, while the seamless roof profile is an unmistakable mark of the Lamborghini DNA. The Huracán is unique even in the dark, thanks to the alluringly “technological” light of its full-LED lighting system.
In only four model years, the Lamborghini Huracan has emerged as the Italian manufacturer’s top-seller. Like an exotic car fancier’s dream, it’s hard to imagine the fast and powerful supercar getting any better than its previous models. But welcome the 2017 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. It’s everything you expect, and now you can drive it topless.
With its convertible offering, the lightweight, modern-designed Lamborghini looks further distinguished — with its electrohydraulic soft top up or down. Like last year’s model, the 2017 Huracan is a powerful beauty. Equipped with a 5.2-liter, V10 engine that produces 610 horsepower, the Huracan’s performance is superior: 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds. Top speed of 203 mph.
Drivers can feel the power acceleration responsiveness immediately. You can feel the smoothness in the dual-clutch, seven-speed automatic transmission. And imagine that experience with the top down. It opens and closes in 17 seconds, and the top operates while the car advances to as fast as 31 mpg.
Beyond its speed, the 2017 Huracan continues Lamborghini’s trademark driving versatility, technological wonderment, and unique status as automotive artwork. With the top up or down, three driving modes are available via a switch on the steering wheel. The Huracan’s engine, transmission, all-wheel driving and other systems are all adjustable for your driving preference.
The modes are Strada, Sport, and Corsa. It’s hard to consider any Lamborghini driving mode described as conservative, but the Strada is for traditional or standard driving. Sport is playful. Corsa is best for escapes to track. The Huracan’s performance in each mode is complemented further enhance by the supercar’s stiffer but lightweight hybrid carbon fiber and aluminum chassis.
But top down to top up? And what driving mode is best? That’s the beauty of the new Huracan. It’s up to you.
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