Back in 2012 Automobili Lamborghini SpA unveiled the Urus concept at the Beijing Motorshow in China, four years later this Raging Bull SUV is getting ready to be built in Sant'Agata .... for the 2016 edition of the Chinese Motorshow Lamborghini presents three new models for the Chinese market from the Huracán range ... a limited edition Coupé, the Spyder and the RWD evolution.
China is still one of the most important markets for Automobili Lamborghini SpA, the Huracán achieved an historic sales record in 2015 with 2,242 units delivered to customers ... in fact in the first 18 months after the introduction the Huracán outsold the Gallardo by 70%.
After being in production for only two years the Lamborghini Huracán range has already been expanded to cater for different customers, the original LP610-4 model is still selling steadily, but for the more demanding driver, with 580hp going to the rear wheels only the driving experience is amazing.
The Huracán LP610-4 Avio is a limited edition taking inspiration from aviation, available in a series of special, matte shades with special striping and logo, the Avio will only be built 250 times and can reach speeds over 325 km/h just like the regular LP610-4 model.
Naturally the Huracán LP610-4 Spyder is one of the most desirable models ever, with a soft top opening in only 17 seconds, even while driving up to 50 km/h, available in black, brown or red you are sure to find a combination that looks amazing.
The video below has been published by Automobili Lamborghini SpA on Youtube showing the three different Huracán models currently being offered:
For the MY2016 the Lamborghini Huracán there have been some modifications, like the 'Cylinder on demand' feature that can deactivate cylinders when their power is not required, also a 'start and stop' has been implemented ... when standing still at the red light for instance the engine stops running, only to be activated again when you accelerate. A new electronically controlled all-wheel drive setup on the LP610-4 versions improves driving behavior further.