Known for its powerful and world-leading sports cars, the Italian carmaker- Lamborghini’s January 2020 debut ‘Huracán Evo RWD’ presented a crisp new rear-wheel drive variant of the popular Evo. Parked at Lambo New Delhi showroom, the Verde Selvans exterior finish is the iconic green shade that this vehicle is also available in. Customers who end up choosing this specific variant will step towards a ‘greener future’- both figuratively and literally, here’s why…
Bearing Lamborghini’s iconic aerodynamic exterior, the rear-wheel driven Huracán Evo RWD amalgamates technical prowess and evolution with the classic Lamborghini V10. As all other cars made by this manufacturer, the Evo RWD body displays aerodynamic excellence inspired from a shark head and flowing body lines that that integrate into this sweptback design.
Its interior encompasses a slew of Lamborghini tech that eases driving, heightens comfort and offers world-class performance. The UNICA app assists in remote access while centre console hosts an 8.4 inch touchscreen system that controls various aspects of the in-car innovations. Adding a touch of luxury are the multiple Lamborghini-exclusive upholstery options available to the buyers.
Surrounded by mighty gang of blue & yellow Urus, this Huracan was spotted at Lamborghini New Delhi dealership. Of the various outer paint options available, the Verde Selvans colour is a bright green shade that also personifies the ‘green’ aspect of this sports car. The vehicle falls in the Euro 6 – LEV 3 emission class with a combined fuel consumption figure of 13.8 l/ 100 km and a combined CO2 emission level of 330 g/ km in a WLTP cycle- especially taking into account that the vehicle offers Lamborghini levels of explosive output and peak performance.
Powering the Huracán Evo RWD is a naturally aspirated V10, 90°, MPI (Multi Point Injection) + DSI (Direct Stratified Injection) engine paired with an electronically controlled RWD system and a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox LDF (Lamborghini Doppia Frizione). The engine produces max power equal to 449 kW @ 8000 rpm and a torque of 560 Nm @ 6500 rpm, propelling the vehicle to reach a massive top speed of 325 km/h. Though the engine has been detuned, the car still cruises at the same top speed as before. The sprint time however has increased to 3.3 seconds for 0 to 100 km/h.
In India, the average ex-showroom price of this variant lies in the approximate INR 3.22 crore range while the on-road price can climb up as high as INR 4.7 crores.
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