We knew it was going to happen, but here it is anyways: the 2019 Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder. Yet another version of the good ol’ Huracán, just without a roof and much lighter.
If Nürburgring lap times are a thing you care about, then the 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante is something that matters. At the very least, this is notable because it means a fairly conventional 631 horsepower exotic was able to beat the million-dollar hybrid monster that is the Porsche 918 Spyder, and fast…
Wealthy American supercar nut James Glickenhaus is sick and tired of everyone’s unreliable Nürburgring Nordschleife lap time claims. To settle this for good, Glickenhaus wants to launch a “Road Cup” for road-legal cars to determine which street-legal car has the fastest ‘ring time once and for all.
Lamborghini, as the old story goes, got its start when old man Ferruccio went over to Ferrari with the idea of sticking a tractor clutch in his sports car and got rejected. It is a company of doing things better than the next guy.
Lamborghini is not taking you Internet “experts” lightly when you say that the Italians faked their Huracán Performante Nürburgring production car lap record. Lamborghini has video. Lamborghini has data. Lamborghini will waltz right into your basement and shove it all in your face if it has to.
The new less weight/more power little Lambo is here, the Huracán Performante. it makes a how-is-this-the-baby-of-the-range 631 brake horsepower and comes with some completely nutty active aero made with forged composite.
Lamborghini released a video on Wednesday of its new Huracán Performante setting a claimed new production car record at the famed Nürburgring circuit. It’s only been two days, but critics on the internet are questioning whether or not the car actually set the time that Lamborghini said that it did. Here’s what’s going…