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New 2023 Lamborghini Huracán Review, Pricing, & Full Specs

New 2023 Lamborghini Huracán Review, Pricing, & Full Specs The Lamborghini Huracán’s gorgeous V-10 engine, razor-sharp handling, and commanding visual presence have kept it crazy on wheels for ten years after it first entered production. The Ferrari F8 Tributo, 296GTB, & 812 Superfast, the McLaren 765LT and 720S, and the Aston Martin DBS are just a few of the formidable exotic vehicle rivals it encounters, but it is as appealing.

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The Huracán is the only vehicle in that extraterrestrial group to be powered by only a naturally-aspirated V-10, adding a significant amount of audible individuality that plays a crucial role in the attractiveness of the Lamborghini. Although the Huracán is old by supercar standards—many of its early competitors have been supplanted by more recent models—it has been methodically improved over time.

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It continues to be revitalized by Lamborghini with incredibly desired variations, including a brand-new Tecnica model for 2023. Because of this, we have remarked that the Huracán resembles “an old rocker still packing stadiums.” Even if it may be growing older, it remains vibrant and engaging.

Lamborghini Huracán 2023 Price

Tecnica $244,795
Evo $248,295
Sterrato $270,000 (est)
Huracán STO $334,695
EvoSpyder $274,295

We have to admit that the rear drive HuracánTecnica is our preferred model based on experience with both the Italian supercar. It’s kind of like an STO-lite, but its calmer, more sociable nature on the road, and higher price, overshadow its lower all-out track capabilities. The Evo & Evo Spyder is only available with the all-wheel drive starting with the 2023 model year, making the Tecnica the only Huracán available with a rear-wheel drive other than the STO.

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The HuracánTecnica is still fierce, but it is more at home off the racetrack than an STO could ever be. It has rear-wheel steering, next-generation aerodynamic components, a redesigned exhaust system, a brake pads cooling system, and the exact engine power as the STO.

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Lamborghini Huracán 2023 Exterior

At the back, a larger roof scoop has indeed been added, and the diffuser on the rear bumper has undergone some changes that should help the departure angle. The HuracanSterrato has much higher ground clearance than almost any other supercar on the market thanks to the apparent suspension boost. To enhance the all-terrain performance, Lamborghini has also added new black wheels shod in beefy Bridgestone Dueler tires. The large side skirts & underbody guards in the front and back are also visible. The Huracan’s new khaki paint perhaps with a smooth finish? has been paired with red body highlights that continue onto brake calipers. Although we won’t be too shocked, Lamborghini kept the fender flares unpainted on purpose to give off an off-road impression.

Lamborghini Huracán 2023 Engine

While behind Huracán’s cabin is a dry-sumped 5.2-liter V-10 that makes a diabolical noise when it revs up to its redline of 8500 rpm. With the exception of the tough Sterrato model, which has a 601-hp V-10, the engine now produces 631 horsepower. Every Huracán V-10 comes with a seven-speed double-clutch automatic transmission that may be instructed to make a shift using the paddle shifters or on its own accord. The 2020 model year all-wheel drive Evo coupe designers tested sped from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and completed the quarter mile in 10.4 seconds at 135 mph.

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Lamborghini Huracán 2023 Performance

A test drive in the retractable EvoSpyder was very enjoyable, and it demonstrated that greater performance is always better. Rear-wheel steering is now a standard feature on every Huracán model, which further increases agility. Additionally, it incorporates a predictive system (known as LDVI) that instantly adjusts to driver inputs. Although the new Tecnica’s communicative chassis and comfortable ride greatly pleased us, its steering input isn’t all that vivid at typical road speeds. It is the STOs. However, the Tecnica proved to be an exciting road-eater that holds its own when pushed hard on the circuit.

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Ambiance and Comfort

Huracán’s interior features a complex layout with a variety of sophisticated components, some for display and most for use. Additionally, the cabin may be personalized with various materials and color options. A central console that has stylish make choices based and a unique push-button shifter divides the comfortable seats in half. There aren’t many inside cubby storage spaces in the Huracán, except for a few tiny door pockets. Additionally, the front trunk has space for passenger bags, but only for people who don’t overpack.

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