IAB Report – Lamborghini Huracan previewed in India, priced at INR 3.43 crores

Posted on: Mar 14, 2014 - 1:43pm IST

Within a week of its public debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Huracan has arrived in India for exclusive customer previews. The market launch will take place later this year, with prices starting at INR 3.43 crores, ex-Showroom, New Delhi.

India preview Lamborghini Huracan front
The Lamborghini Huracan was seen in India for customer previews.

The Huracan is the successor to the popular Gallardo, which sold in excess of 14,000 units in its 10 year lifespan making it Lamborghini’s most successful model till date. Global customer previews of the Huracan commenced early this year, and the company’s CEO and president, Stephan Winklemann, told the media that for it, over 1,000 bookings were received in two months.

The Huracan is based on an all-new lightweight platform mixing carbon fiber and aluminium. The supercar weighs a mere 1,422 kg as a result. The engine though, is carried over from the Gallardo but develops higher power and torque thanks to significant retuning. The 5.2-liter V10 now gets direct and in-direct injection, and produces 610 hp at 8,250 rpm and 560 Nm of torque.

India preview Lamborghini Huracan taillights
The Huracan has already received 1,000 bookings globally.

0-100 km/h is dispatched in 3.2 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 9.9 seconds and the top-speed is rated at 325 km/h. The Huracan has its fuel economy rated at 8 km/l with CO2 emissions at 290 g/km (EU tests) and features stop-start technology as standard.

Lamborghini Huracan in India Image Gallery

[Images from Automobili Ardent]

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3 thoughts on “IAB Report – Lamborghini Huracan previewed in India, priced at INR 3.43 crores

  1. Vukile Mtshali says:

    i love this car, how much is it in south african rands?

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  2. rajeev says:

    with corrections

    ferrari too has india editions. plus ferrari once undertook a pan-india drive as proof of THEIR PRODUCTS’ adaptability for India.

    lamborghini in comparison has nothing special at all, even though they have an OFFICIAL SALES OFFICE presence here.

    this event is a clear example how things are NOT done. it looks drab and boring and certainly not fit for the exciting and flashy brand characteristics the brand has.

    i hope this offends no one.

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  3. XXX says:

    I guess lamborghini is india’s most focused supercar manufacturer. They are a lot more concerned about India than Ferrari. Now we have two examples.- The Gallardo India Special as well as this one

    Reply

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