Lamborghini has taken the wraps off the 2016 Huracan LP 610-4.
Lamborghini has announced product updates for the 2016 model year Huracan LP 610-4.
Since the model was introduced a little over a year and a half ago, this year's changes are relatively minor as they focus on improving the car's efficiency, drivability and accommodations.
Starting under the hood, the 5.2-liter V10 engine has been equipped with a cylinder deactivation system that temporarily deactivates one cylinder bank when maximum performance is not required. When the driver accelerates, the system instantaneously switches back to ten-cylinder mode. Thanks to this change, the car's CO2 emissions have fallen from 290 g/km to 283 g/km.
Speaking of performance, Lamborghini has fine-tuned the car's all-wheel system so it "provides a neutral and even more improved driving behavior, particularly in STRADA mode."
Besides the aforementioned tweaks, the 2016 Huracan gains a "significantly enlarged" color palette, additional leather interior trim and matte black air vents.
Customers can also order a new Sensonum audio system, a sports exhaust system and LED engine compartment lighting. There's also a new travel package that provides additional storage nets, an extra 12V lighter and more cup holders. Furthermore, the Ad Personam program for the Huracan has been expanded to include interior personalization as well as heritage colors and matte paints.
Despite the updates, pricing remains unchanged as the 2016 Huracan LP 610-4 starts at €169,500.