India is no longer a laid back country with the poor getting poorer and richer getting richer, not at least on papers of the Indian government; but is been emerging as a new hub of business for many business houses and other such aspects. Thanks, to that, because, the Lamborghini thinks there are many buyers for Lambo in India, and to their respect it has planned to launch the recently unveiled Gallardo replacement Huracan in India soon, by the ‘September 2014’ if said specifically, confirms a report on internet.
However, the report further claimed, Huracan has already landed in India, and is being shown to perspective buyers to gain the grounds before sowing the seeds. We don’t know how true that is, but is surely going to come in the same version which was unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show some days back.
Engine specifications says, 5.2-litre V10 engine with 618PS power and 560Nm of torque mated with 7-speed dual clutch transmission assisting it to reach not to a ton in just 3.2 seconds. The Gallardo is also claimed to be doing 325kmph, which may sound impeccable to a lot in India, along with that fuel-efficiency of 8kmpl!
Huracan and Gallardo, are probably no different than each other in styling terms, which we speculate all the cars of Lamborghini are all that insanely same. But still to make a model plate differentiation, the Huracan is seen sporting a ‘W’-type LED headlamps, unlikely front air dam and more minute bits than the successor. The Italian carmaker has vented out to be rolling Huracan in 17 different shades, which they say will be compatible for daily use as well. In fact, the officials at Geneva Motor Show were renowned for launching this car not as a true-blue race track metal, but they also wanted to see it parked in the garage of some posh corporate offices, we mean as a daily office car.
Hence, the time will only tell, when and how well it is going to be received. Till then, we are abreacted the interiors too will be of complete Italian standard, by means of heated seats, armrest, navigations system with Bluetooth support and optical park assist for the front and rear. To an addition, the Raging Bull monikered automobile company has claimed to have received over a 1000 bookings in this very short span. Indian price is expected to fall in the gap of Rs 3.5 crore ex-showroom.