It’s been only a year since the Lamborghini Huracan was launched into the market but the supercar is already due for mild upgrades for 2016.
According to Lamborghini, the upgrades focus on the Huracan’s efficiency, drivability as well as luxury. First up, the 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine now features a cylinder deactivation system, which deactivates half of the cylinders by switching off one cylinder bank when full power is not needed.
In addition, Lamborghini has also fine-tuned the new all-wheel-drive system for a more neutral and improved feedback, especially in Strada mode.
Elsewhere, the Huracan gets new matte black air-con vents, as well as more leather on the door handles and upper section of the centre console. Optional items available include a Sensonum audio system with ten speakers, cruise control, and sport exhaust system with black tailpipes.
Owners can now further glamorise the Huracan with carbon fibre engine compartment trim, LED lighting and a transparent engine lid.
Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4: Model Year 2016 Product Updates
Sant’Agata Bolognese, 06 November 2015 — Following its successful market introduction in 2014 the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 is now available to order with a number of updates. The new contents focus on efficiency, drivability and luxury and are already available with the 2016 model year.
The price of the Huracan LP 610-4 remains unchanged at 169.500 Euros + tax. As standard, both the Huracan coupé and newly-launched Spyder version include cylinder deactivation to improve engine efficiency; the first time this function is included in a naturally aspirated V10 engine. When full engine capacity is not required, five of the ten cylinders are temporarily deactivated by switching off one cylinder bank. When the driver accelerates, the system switches back instantaneously to ten-cylinder mode, while being virtually impossible to detect by the driver. This feature reduces fuel consumption and CO2 to 283 g/km
A fine-tuning of the electronically controlled 4WD system provides a neutral and even more improved driving behavior, particularly in STRADA mode.
The offer in the color an trim of the Huracán has been significantly enlarged. Interior refinements as standard include leather to door handles and the upper parts of the center console. Air vents are now painted in exclusive matt black.
Lamborghini Ad Personam, the brand’s customization program, has also added the availability of interior personalization, as well as exterior options including heritage colors and matt paints. The full Ad Personam program provides for owners wishing to further customize their cars to their unique personal tastes.
The options program has been further extended. New options available include Lamborghini’s Sensonum audio system. The system delivers 390Watts RMS, with a ten-channel amplifier and a range of ten loudspeakers in hexagonal-shaped grilles and the exclusive Sensonum badge.
Lamborghini’s optional sports exhaust system, which can be specified with astyle package for high gloss black tailpipes, is now available in all markets worldwide.
New LED lighting in the engine compartment can be combined with the optional transparent engine bonnet and carbon fiber engine compartment. Cruise Control can be specified, and a travel pack provides additional storage nets front and rear, an additional 12V lighter and cupholders.