Lamborghini India, after great achievements in the India market in 2013, Lamborghini is planning to bring a new raging bull for the Indian billionaires. The company experienced a growth of 29 percent after selling 22 units in 2013. With such acclamation the company is set to launch the Huracan sometime in the month of September. Pavan Shetty, Head of operations, Lamborghini India, has confirmed the launch. Moreover unlike other supercar companies, Lamborghini is planning on setting up a third outlet in Bangalore.
This would improve company’s reach towards the southern market and also help them to setup a good servicing network. India currently contributes only one percent of the total sell worldwide. Delhi being the largest market in India, Shetty said with advancements in infrastructure people now can think of buying a supercar. Current Lamborghini buyers happen to be youths and businessmen in the age group of 25 to 45 years. In the world market however even professionals tend to buy Lamborghini. The Huracan will be replacing Gallardo and the price tag would be somewhere above 3.4 crore. Cars like Huracan would need high end service back up and with the new outlets just like the one we talked about, Lamborghini can provide round the clock service satisfactorily.
Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 was first showcased in the 2014 Geneva Auto show. Huracan is the Spanish word for hurricane and it is taken from a Spanish fighting bull just like other Lamborghini car models. Huracan was a bull known for its courage. The Huracan will drive power from a 5.2 Liter V 10 engine similar to Gallardo, giving 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp). the weight is balance and performance is optimized by mid engine configuration.
The V10 engine has combined benefits of a direct fuel injection as well as multi- point fuel injection systems.The Huracan can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h in 9.9 seconds givng a top speed of 325 km/h. It also has a electronically controlled all-wheel drive, which increases traction on varied surfaces and the overall performance of the car. Hurcan will have a 7-speed dual clutch(‘ Doppia Frizione”) transmission. With driver configurable modes the transmission behaves differently. Huracan will only be available in automatic transmission.