Lamborghini’s most popular model Gallardo was replaced by the Huracan in 2014. Since then, Huracan has been doing pretty well for the Italian car manufacturer in the supercar arena. The latest model to join the Huracan line-up is the Performante which made its debut in 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
The Performante is the higher performance version of the standard Huracan, a successor of the Gallardo Superleggera and a significant improvement in terms of aerodynamics and performance compared to the standard Huracan.
Lamborghini Huracan Performante
In terms of design, it has one of the most aggressive design languages in the Lambo stable - the car gets a redesigned bumper and the sides get redesigned intakes with slightly tilted towards the nose orientation which significantly adds to the aggressiveness. The interior largely remains similar to that of the standard model in terms of design and layout; however, Lambo has replaced many components with its very own forged composite alloy to save weight.
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For the Huracan, Lamborghini brought out a new aero system called Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA), which means wings in Italian. The system is completely integrated into the car in terms of design, performance and weight. The front spoiler integrates with the electric motor of the front ALA system, built with a carbon-forged frame with integrated active flaps on the top exterior surface; the rear engine hood is designed around the air ducts to the rear wing. The ALA alters the downforce and aerodynamic efficiency of the car tremendously.
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The Performante is powered by a 5.2-Litre V10 gasoline engine that generates a peak power of 631HP and 600 Nm max torque. The car can catapult to triple digits in just 3.2 seconds and can touch a top speed of 320 kmph.
2017 Lamborghini Urus SUV
Lamborghini best describes their Urus SUV as a "supercar inside an SUV". It is the most awaited and controversial model from the Italian supercar manufacturer. Lamborghini has pinned high hopes on the Urus and is expecting half of total Lamborghini’s global sales to come from it by 2019. The Urus concept was first unveiled at 2012 Beijing Motor Show.
The car will be powered by a 4.0-Litre twin-turbo V8 which dispenses an estimated peak power of 600HP and 800Nm torque. The car will have an AWD with a dual-clutch gearbox. The Urus reportedly will also get a 4-wheel steering system similar to the one spotted on the Aventador S.