When Lamborghini decided to introduce a successor to the highly-famed Gallardo, nobody expected they would do it in such an amazing way. The Huracan meant business from the start. It was one of those vehicles that seemingly didn’t lack steam in any departments; the performance was on point, the interior was a superb showcase of futuristic design and performance oriented aesthetics, all the while the exterior design made it special. The vehicle made its debut at March 2014 Geneva Auto Show and it never stopped amazing us ever since.
The name of the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 comes from the fact that the car comes with 610 metric horsepower and comes with four-wheel drive. On the other hand, the LP stands for “Longitudinale Posteriore”, which refers to the longitudinal mid-rear engine position of this vehicle.
While the Huracán may be equipped with the same V10 engine found in the Gallardo, for this all-new vehicle, the engine was slightly re-tuned – yielding, even more power and torque. In turn, this equates improved performance and driving dynamics in various driving scenarios. The V10 engine installed provides the car with enough power to propel the car from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 3.2 seconds, while reaching a top speed of 202mph (325km/h for Europeans). A great foundation for an aftermarket build, to say the least. It’s no wonder that the Huracán was named “The Supercar of the Year 2014” by car magazine Top Gear.
For the owner of this Verde Mantis Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4, there was only one thing the vehicle was missing: a set of aftermarket wheels that complete the aggressive exterior looks.
For this build, a set of ADV7 Track Spec CS Series concave wheels was chosen. The wheels come in sizes of 21×9 and 21×12.5 in the front and rear, respectively. Thanks to advanced engineering & design behind the Track Spec wheels, these are both lightweight and strong, providing an excellent solution for high-performance applications like these. Additionally to the Brushed Matte Liquid smoke w/ Brushed Gloss Liquid smoke finish added to these three-piece wheels, the owner also decided to go with an Exposed Hardware option.
Make sure to grab a detailed look at this Verde Mantis Lamborghini Huracan, shot by Mike Kuhn Racing, in the media gallery below.