First Lamborghini Huracan Gets Totaled in Crash
As with the debut of any new supercar, comes the traditional ‘first crash’ of said supercar. And in terms of the all-new 2015 Lamborghini Huracan – sadly, that day has come. According to GT Spirit, this huddled mass of aluminum and molten composites is the first confirmed crash of the new baby Lambo, though it could pass for just about any wrecked auto in this state. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Lamborghini Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo
The incident occurred on the M7 motorway in Hungary last week, allegedly bound for Nagykanizsa in the country’s southwestern region. Both occupants, two men from the Czech Republic, were taken to the hospital – one with serious injuries.
Police are reportedly still investigating the cause of the accident, though excessive speed certainly looks to be a likely factor. The photos indicate that the Huracan veered sharply off the highway and impacted a guardrail before coming to a rest in the roadside ditch.
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The resulting fire looks to have made quick work of the Lamborghini’s sleek body, but the fact that both passengers are alive is a testament to the extensive crash-safety systems in place on the new Lamborghini.
The Huracan packs a high-revving 5.2-liter V10, good for 601-horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, driven to all four wheels. Top speed – a figure we can assume these guys were trying to test – is listed at a knee-quaking 202 mph.
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