Lamborghini Offers 2 RWD Huracan Variants

by SpeedLux

When we are talking about a high performance supercar, we really should never miss the raging bull from Italy, Lamborghini. Speaking of this Italian marquee in particular, the Huracan may well come into mind. The Italian company has in fact announced recently that it is going to offer at least two rear-wheel-drive (RWD) variants of the company’s Huracan vehicle model.

There is no need to doubt this information, in case you wonder. The thing is, it has come from the mouth of Giorgio Sanna. Just so you know, Sanna is the Italian automaker’s chief test driver himself so he should know what he is talking about here. The information happened to be spilled while Sanna was having an interview session with the EVO magazine when Lamborghini was launching the Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo vehicle model. This vehicle model is supposed to be used on the track only and not on public roads. The vehicle was launched only recently in Malaysia.

Among the variants launched by Lamborghini during the event, one seemed to be taking the shape of the Huracan Superleggera. This one sports a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) drivetrain. In addition to that, the model is also going to have its weight shaved and its power increased. This will make it stand a better chance while competing against the likes of the Ferrari 488 GTB or other Ferrari models. After all, Lamborghini and Ferrari have always been true rivals all along.

Well, as for the Lamborghini, the company has made clear that the public can also expect a much more affordable variant of the Huracan, also with an RWD drivetrain. This one will bear the LP610-2 moniker, it is reported.

The Italian company is expected to make further announcements in the oncoming 2016. In the meantime, customers should probably focus on just the aforementioned Huracan variants with the RWD drivetrain. These vehicles are meant to be a follow-up to the luxury Italian automotive brand’s Valentino Balboni variant of the Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2. The car eventually made it into mass production, bearing the LP550-2 moniker and was also available with a convertible top, the Spyder.

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