Following a collision with another car at a Chicago intersection, a Lamborghini Huracan reportedly slid into a pole and split in half. Videos from the aftermath of the crash show not only the car strewn across the street, but also bystanders extracting a person from inside right before it caught fire.
A lot fucking faster. That’s the answer.
When DUB describes Zevigg’s Huracán as “the first hand-painted Lamborghini” they mean spray-painted. And behold: the second-fastest way to destroy a quarter-million dollar supercar.
GoPro’s latest miracle of the NoseCam brings us a lap around Sebring thanks to a camera stuffed inside Change Racing driver Corey Lewis’ helmet. I have to admit: this looks like a genuinely nice place to sit. The cabin is neatly organized, and the audio is beyond fantastic. Sit back and enjoy a lap of Lambo bliss.
Two turbos on the V10 now dialed to produce about 1,800 horsepower at the wheels, a sequential gearbox and Dodson’s 10 plate clutch. Add drag tires, and what you get is a Huracan running the 1/4 miles in the sevens.
Wider means faster. Possibly.
There’s something vaguely prehistoric about a Lamborghini Huracán GT3 race car with a neon green back window. Lizardlike. Beastly. Photo credit: Lamborghini GT3
Just a few days ago, David Mahler had his contracting company quit the agreements with the state of Louisiana to remove Confederate monuments, citing death threats and threatening calls to his home. It seems like quitting wasn’t enough for some disturbed people, as his Lamborghini was found burned to the ground this…
You know what we haven’t seen in about a week? A really good look at the upcoming Bugatti Chiron supercar that is supposedly under wraps until it drops in Geneva in March of next year. No worries — we’ve got a brand new video of two Chiron prototypes. Is Bugatti even trying?
Poor Matt Farah was trying to have a time of his life driving a supercharged Lamborghini Huracan in the canyons of California when he ran into this logger man, dragging a big chunk of tree just down the road. And breaking things.
The rear-wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 is supposed to silence all who claim the standard Huracan is a bit difficult to enjoy at its limit, but can less grip cure that with just a few powerslides? Evo went to Qatar to find out.
Lamborghini revealed the first rear-wheel drive Huracan, the slightly less powerful LP580-2 at the LA Auto Show just two weeks ago. But this prototype isn’t one of those.
The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Finals conclude today, so we’ll soon find out who’s the best
pelican avoider Lambo one-make series driver in the world. Ever wonder what these cars look like underneath all that mean bodywork? Wonder no more.
We knew in 2013 that the 50th Anniversary Gallardo LP560-2 will probably be the last manual Lamborghini built, but Stephan Winkelmann’s confirmation regarding the Huracan still hurts a bit.
We all knew it was coming and Lamborghini won’t disappoint at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Does 572 horsepower sound plenty enough to light up those rear tires?
We all know Underground Racing’s twin-turbo supercars can somehow be ridiculously fast without blowing up, but this Lamborghini Huracan reached a new level by setting the 1/2 mile speed record at 238.6mph.
Rumor has it that Lamborghini will debut the rear-wheel drive version of the Huracan at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but the LP 610-4 is also getting upgrades for next year. Like better fuel economy, and cupholders!
A look back at the history behind the Lamborghini Huracan - a car that only wants to push you forward as fast as physically possible.