The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 has seen immense success and popularity since its release in 2014, and it’s about to become even more popular.
The Italian marque announced today in a press release that a round of new updates are coming to the Huracan for 2016, bringing Lamborghini engineering and design to entirely new levels, even though the price remains unchanged.
Engine efficiency is increased in both the coupe and Spyder versions thanks to the addition of cylinder deactivation, the first time such a feature has been used on a naturally aspirated V10. The four-wheel drive system has been fine tuned for a smoother ride, creating “even more improved driving behavior, particularly in STRADA mode,” as the release describes.
Door handles and the upper half of the center console will now come with leather as a standard feature, while color options have been increased for the trim. Interior personalization is also now available thanks to Lamborghini Ad Personam, and both heritage colors and matte paints are now available for the exterior.
If you’re in the mood to show off the V10 more often, a clear engine bonnet is now available. If that’s not quite your style, you can opt for the carbon fiber bonnet instead. But be sure to show off the exhaust – with high gloss black tailpipes, the optional sports exhaust system is now open to customers world wide.
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(via Lamborghini, YouTube)