The Lamborghini Huracán is a sports car built by the Italian carmaker Lamborghini, and was available for sale in mid-2014. The Huracán was unveiled in the 2014 Geneva Auto Show, and translates into Spanish, meaning 'hurricane'. The Huracán is the replacement for the iconic Lamborghini Gallardo.
The Huracán is powered by a 5.2 litre Lamborghini V10, which was also used in the Gallardo, and produces 610bhp. Unlike the Gallardo, this car also features a stop-start system for fuel-efficiency. The Huracán is also a mid-engined two-door. It has a top speed of over 202 mph and does 0-60mph in 3.0 seconds, despite several cars doing 0-60mph in 2.7 seconds. It also features an AWD system.
In 2017, the Huracán Performante set a new lap record at the Nurburgring of 6:52.01 seconds, beating the hybrid powered Porsche 918.
- In "Need for Speed" Ferrara chose the Huracán as his VW product to compete against Wood in a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S and Foust in a Golf R.
- The Huracán appeared in Top Gear: The Perfect Road Trip 2 driven by Richard against Jeremy in a McLaren 650S Spider. Despite Jeremy criticizing the styling, Richard praises the Huracán for feeling like a Sports Car instead of a lumbering supercar.
- In Series 22, Episode 1, the Huracán was once again reviewed by Richard, who despite praising the speed and handling, criticized the car's styling and feel, stating it wasn't a "Proper Lambo" to which Jeremy agreed. Despite this, the Huracán achieved a 1:15.8 around the Top Gear Test Trck making it the fourth fastest car at the time, behind the Ariel Atom V8, the BAC Mono and the Pagani Huayra.
- In Series 24, Episode 2, LeBlanc championed the Huracán Spyder as the all weather supercar against Harris in the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet. In the end, LeBlanc preferred the 911.
- In "Movie Magic" Brown reviewed the Huracán Spyder which achieved a 1:10.47.
- In It's a gas, gas, gas, Hammond drives the Huracán Performante around the Eboladrome, where after beating May's 458 Speciale, he praises the car's speed, handling, drama and excitement, but also practicality and usability, stating it's what the Huracán should've been. Both Hammond and Clarkson name the Performante as their current favourite supercar, before Eaton sets a time of 1:16.8 making it faster than any other road car, only being slower than the Aston Martin Vulcan.
- Clarkson named the Huracán Performante as his Car of the Year 2018, in the Sunday Times.