Defa­ult Temp­la­te

There’s no dis­gu­i­sing it. Lamborghini’s all-new Hurac­an is a very angry car. It looks angry, its stance is angry, every line is like a slash from Sur­geons Gone Wild and it’s even named after a bull so angry that it couldn’t be kil­led.

The rep­lace­ment for the long-serving Gal­lar­do will hit the Gene­va Motor Show in March next year with every musc­le tau­te­ned to batt­le sta­tions, cla­i­ming Ferrari-bashing acce­le­ra­ti­on and power num­bers.

It might be all new, but it reta­ins plenty of Gal­lar­do hall­marks, inc­lu­ding a 5.2-litre, V10 engi­ne moun­ted behind the driver’s ear and pun­ch­ing thro­ugh all four whe­els.

Lam­borg­hi­ni cla­ims the Hurac­an will smash past 100km/h in 3.2 seconds and will exp­lo­de from zero to 200km/h in less than 10 seconds. The top speed is cla­i­med to be on the far side of 325km/h, tho­ugh Lam­borg­hi­ni isn’t say­ing just how far beyond the Fer­ra­ri 458’s vMax benc­h­mark that might be. It just is, appa­rently.

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