Introducing the 2023 Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato

The Sterrato is basically a Huracán on steroids, even though it will have slightly less power and a slower top speed.

By Justin Cornelison | November 30, 2022
POV Video: Lamborghini Huracan Track Drive At Thermal Club

Ride along as I chase Lamborghini Super Trofeo champion Corey Lewis, driving the 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante.

By Bradley Iger | April 11, 2018
WR TV: 2016 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder

It’s difficult to overstate what a sales success the Huracán has been for Lamborghini. To put it in perspective, the automaker sold just over 14,000 examples of its predecessor, the Gallardo, in total – a figure that exceeded all other Lamborghini models sold in the company’s history combined. In the Gallardo’s first 16 months on sale, Lamborghini sold 1751 examples of the car. In the same amount of time, the company has sold more than 3200 Huracáns since its debut in 2014, or nearly double the amount of its historically well-received predecessor.

By Bradley Iger | February 18, 2016
Preview: 2016 Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2

Lamborghini is on their way toward a record sales year, and to say that the Huracán LP 610-4 has been a success for the Italian automaker would be a massive understatement. Compared to the debut of the Gallardo – a car that Lamborghini has sold more of than all other models in the company’s history combined – Lamborghini has sold nearly twice as many LP 610-4 models in the first 16 months it has been on sale (3169 Huracáns versus 1751 Gallardos).

By Winding Road Staff | November 18, 2015
Driven: 2015 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4

The old adage that one should never meet their heroes has far-reaching implications. It suggests that the image we build up in our minds is without flaw. But as we all well know, the world we live in is an imperfect place, which means your heroes are destined to disappoint you, as reality can never compete with fiction.

By Bradley Iger | July 31, 2015
Overview: 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4

Over the course of nearly a decade of production, Lamborghini has built more than 14,000 Gallardos of various configurations, making it the most successful model in the manufacture’s history. Nicknamed the “baby Lambo”, the Gallardo shared the limelight initially with its bigger brother, the Murciélago, and more recently with the Murciélago’s successor, the Aventador, as Lamborghini’s volume sales models. Clearly, any successor to the Gallardo’s throne has big shoes to fill. But the Huracan, which Lamborghini unveiled today ahead of its debut at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, looks to be up to the task.

By Bradley Iger | December 20, 2013


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