A real-world fuel economy test performed by Emissions Analytics has proved the Lamborghini Huaracan is more fuel efficient than the official figures show
A real-world fuel economy test performed by Emissions Analytics has proved the Lamborghini Huaracan is more fuel efficient than the official figures show.
According to the test, the Huracan with its 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine with 610 PS (448 kW) returns an average 21.2 mpg (13.2 l/100 km) that’s 11 percent better than the official figure of 19.2 mpg (14.7 l/100 km).
Evaluated as part of Emissions Analytics’ long term project to measure a wide range of vehicles on US roads with the help of Motor Trend, the Italian supercar was able to beat models like the Camaro ZL1, Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG, Cadillac Escalade and Range Rover V6 Supercharged.`
“Big-displacement, high-performance cars are designed to be light and efficient, as that relates directly to outright performance,” explains Nick Molden, CEO of Emissions Analytics. “These cars are designed to extract the most from every gallon of fuel and it’s not too surprising that they’re capable of delivering reasonably good fuel economy when driven in certain conditions.”