In terms of outright car design Lamborghini is a force to be reckoned with. For decades they has provided us with a myriad of reasons to drop our jaws and look in awe with iconic cars such as the Countach, Diablo, and Murcielago. During 2014 Lamborghini released the Huracan which was the replacement for the iconic and best-selling Lamborghini Gallardo. The name Huracan stands for hurricane in Spanish and just like some of its predecessors the car was named after a Spanish fighting bull. If you are looking to experience Lamborghini’s rich heritage and unique designs the car, we have in our inventory today might just be the one for you. On sale right now is a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe with just 8,200 miles on the clock, from Florida. When new, this car carried an MSRP of $278,745. This example has some tasteful mods, and GGT fully paid up.
The Lamborghini Huracan sure does live up to its predecessor’s standards by maintaining Lamborghini’s recipe for creating the most outrageous design. With its sharp design features the Huracan does stand apart from its competitors. This 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe has been customized by Creative Bespoke in Arizona and sports a Grigio Lynx paintwork showcasing those sharp Italian bodylines. The Huracan’s unique exterior design is further complimented by a Full DMC Carbon bodykit,1016 Industries Carbon hood and rides low on a set of 20" Forged 8.5J wheels making this Huracan look quite a bit like the iconic Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. To compliment the body kit of the car the brake calipers have been painted in red to showcase its sporty performance. The Nero Ade interior is made to compliment its exterior design features. The car comes equipped with electric heated seats, floor mats with leather inlays, contrast stitching on the roof lining and pillars and a branding package to showcase the presence of the raging bull in the interior. The car also is equipped with a navigation system with NAR and parking sensor with RVC.
Lamborghinis are renown for their screaming V10 and V12 engines. The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe we have today is powered by 5.2 L V10 engine pushing over 600 bhp to all of its wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox. The engine has also been tuned by Gintani and its V10 symphony is further complimented by an FI Exhaust with high flow cats. To further showcase the car’s engine bay a TEB and forged engine cover has been put in place with the engine bay being painted in a high gloss paint and lights showcasing the Italian powerhouse. In terms of suspension this Lamborghini sits low on the ground with its lowering springs, The car also comes equipped with the front lift system to facilitate traversing speed humps and rough roads.