We understood that Lamborghini would probably make a new Tuesday at the Geneva Motor Show, and we also said that it would definitely be an introduction to a new car, but we were not sure. Well, we can now confirm that this was definitely an introduction to the successful 2019 Lamborghini Huracan. With an expected release date this summer, we could not wait to get one.
This is just an upgraded version of the Currant 2019 Lamborghini Huracan, so you will not see any fundamental changes in the current model. However, you will see some exterior adjustments to the light to add a little visual brilliance to a car that has been with us since 2014.
They will take the form of a revised bumper with a more complex aerodynamic package, a lighter headlight design and side skirts with revised air vents to provide fresh air to the rear brakes. However, the easiest way to detect the new 2019 Lamborghini Huracan is its exhaust system, which protrudes from the rear registration plate of the car and appears to be based on the system installed in the current High Performance Performance model.
Lamborghini has indeed removed the packaging of its latest car at the Geneva Motor Show, the 2019 Lamborghini Huracan performance. This is a higher version of Huracan performance, the central engine of the V10 supercar prepared for the circuit , which sets a time of 6,552 Nurburgring rounds. Very little has changed since the performance of the 2019 Lamborghini Huracan when it moved from the sports car to the convertible, apart from the lack of a roof system, of course. The Performance Spyder gets exactly the same active aerodynamic wild ALA system, exactly the same 5.2 liter V10 and 5.2 liter normal suction and the same seven speed dual clutch transmission, transmitting power to the 4 wheels. In terms of performance, the Performance Spyder records 0 to 62 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds (compared to 2.9 seconds of the coupe) and a total acceleration of 202 mph, equivalent to the hardtop version. The dry weight reaches an additional 3322 pounds, adding a total of 272 pounds on the coupe. Lamborghini notes that this weight is even lighter by 77 pounds compared to the normal Huracan thanks to the use of carbon fiber. The weight distribution is 43% in advance and 57% back.
The 2019 Lamborghini Huracan is not a cheap car and that will not change with this facelift model, which can cost the best part of £ 200,000. That said, it sounds good value next to the Ferrari 488 Spider, which will cost you £ 20,000 extra. Release date early 2019.