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Rent Lamborghini Huracan in Europe
The replacement for the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s most successful ever car, with over 14,000 sold since 2003. That gives the Huracan a suitably mountainous task, one that
Lamborghini has chosen to tackle by playing against type and taking a safe option. The Huracan is no radical reimagining of the modern supercar. There are no hybrid systems here,
for instance. In fact what there is, is familiarity. The 5.2-litre V10 is carried over, albeit heavily reworked, and it’s still positioned in the middle of the car and drives
all four wheels. There’s a new seven speed dual-clutch gearbox and an all new chassis, partially constructed of carbon, that’s 50 per cent stiffer than the Gallardo’s.
After all, anything that bears the legendary Lamborghini logo is instantly identified as supercar royalty. Still, the Huracán family has proved its high-performance pedigree
time after time.
The Huracán may lack a turbo or two, but performance from the naturally aspirated V10 engine is plenty for some pretty astounding performance figures. The rear drive LP 580-2
models hit 62 mph in 3.6 seconds, while the all-wheel drive LP 610-2 knocks another 0.4 of a second off, lowering the time to 3.2 seconds. Spyder versions add 0.2 of a second to
the time of the relevant hardtops, while the new Performantè dispatches the sprint in just 2.9 seconds. We can credit these times to an impressive launch control function
(or ‘thrust mode’ in Lambo speak) and quick shifting dual-clutch gearbox. The electronically-controlled four-wheel-drive system sends 70 percent of power to the rear in normal
operation, but can divert up to 100 per cent to the rear if it senses slip at the front. Plus, there’s a new Lamborghini Dynamic Vehicle Integration (LDVI) function, which is
basically the technological brain capable of coordinating the driving dynamics based on the driver's input, external environment and the selected driving mode.
The Huracan isn’t one of Lamborghini’s most outlandish shapes, but it’s a beautiful piece of design nonetheless. The wedge-like profile continues where the Gallardo left off,
while the front end gets an extra dose of aggression with a full-width lower grille and slim horizontal headlights. At the rear, four exhausts at the outer edges emphasise the car’s
width, while an intricate honeycomb grille mesh picks up on a hexagonal theme that runs throughout the car. The extrovert shape isn’t just for showing off, either;
the Huracan produces 50 per cent more downforce than the Gallardo without resorting to using a big rear wing or jutting chin spoiler. With Lamborghini’s own interpretation of a
virtual cockpit, the interior is well built and relatively easy to navigate, although some of its details could be considered overwrought. A small, central dash mounted screen
displays three auxiliary dials, and is housed on top of the now trademark Lamborghini toggle switches. In typical Lamborghini style, the starter button sits underneath a fighter
jet style flip-top cover, with the gear selector taking the form of a rocker handle just behind.
Lamborghini Huracan Specs:
- Engine: 5.2 L V10- Max Power: 602 bhp @ 8250rpm- Max Torque: 560 Nm @ 6500 rpm- Seating Capacity: 2- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 100 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 80 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Body Type: Coupe
How much does it cost to rent Lamborghini Huracan?
The cost of renting a Lamborghini Huracan depends on the location and rental duration. The price for 1-day rental ranges from EUR 950.00 - 1,350.00 for 1 day rental to EUR 775.00 - 1,050.00 per day for weekly rental. To check live rates and make a reservation start your search from homepage.
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