The Lamborghini Huracan took three years to achieve the feat
With more than 14,022 sold the Gallardo was Lamborghini’s most successful model. But now it seems like it is only a matter of time before its successor, the Huracan, takes the title. Recently, Lamborghini rolled out the 8000th Huracan from its factory in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. Interestingly, while the Gallardo took 10 years to sell more than 14,000 units, thanks to high demand, Lamborghini has already produced 8,000 units of the Huracan in just three years. The 8,000th Lamborghini Huracan is a convertible washed in Grigio Lynx gray and it has been bought by a customer in the United Kingdom.
With numerous models on offer, the Lamborghini Huracan gives customers the liberty of owning what suits his/her taste. Aside from the option of a tin-top and Spyder, customers can also choose an all-wheel drive or a rear-wheel drive, both of which have different power outputs by the way. For those who want a little more punch, there is also the Huracan Performante LP 640-4. While the Performante is only available in the hard-top version as of now, the Italian supercar maker is currently working on a Performante Spyder.
Although the Huracan is only available with a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine, it is offered in different states of tune – the LP 610-4 makes 602 horses, the LP 580-2 churns out 572bhp and the most powerful of the lot is the Huracan Performante that produces 631bhp. The engine, in all its tunes, comes mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission.