Although we know that Christian Bale's Batman was a fan of Lamborghini's, we never got to see if Bruce Wayne replaced his crashed Murcielago with a Huracán. But we get the feeling that, if he did, it would look a lot like this 2017 Lamborghini Huracán Coupe. The Lamborghini Huracán was designed to replace the much-loved Gallardo. As is customary for the brand, the name was inspired by a Spanish fighting bull and is Spanish for Hurricane. This black 2017 Lamborghini Huracan is available to own with just 3200 miles on the clock. With multiple boxes ticked during the ordering process, this Huracan is a well-specified example, prime for purchase.
The black exterior and interior features extensive green accents, including green brake calipers that hide behind Strasse Carbon Fiber wheels. The wheels themselves blend into the theme perfectly—the exposed carbon offset by green Strasse badging. The interior is finished in optional Unicolor Full Leather, with a matching leather headliner. The seats feature contrast stitching and are of the upgraded electric and heated variety. The headrests feature the Lamborghini logo embroidered, which is part of the "Branding Pack." This pack also includes a Lamborghini badge placed on the passenger side of the dash. Vital equipment was included when the Techno Pack was ordered from the factory. It includes the suspension lift system, navigation, Bluetooth, a backup camera, parking sensors, and an anti-theft system. This 2017 Huracán also features Lamborghini's premium Sensonum sound system, an option in the region of $4500 when new.
The Lamborghini Huracán's engine may be the last of a dying breed. With no replacement for displacement, this 5.2-liter V10 engine is naturally aspirated for the purity of driving and response. The transmission is a seven-speed dual-clutch system.