Lamborghini R&D supervisor Maurizio Reggiani in January attested to Motor Authority that the Aventador successor will keep up a typically suctioned V-12, however with some sort of zap to help get its spreads down.
By and by he’s ensured Car and Driver that the Huracán successor will keep up a V-10, which without a doubt will be music to the ears of anyone with gas in their veins.
“I think in the field where the Huracán is, the effect of having two barrels more than the different contenders will be a noteworthy complexity,” Reggiani told the magazine in the midst of the reveal of the Huracán Performante Spyder at last week’s 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.
The contenders he’s insinuating are cars like the Ferrari 488 GTB and McLaren 720S, both of which go with twin-turbocharged V-8s.
Regardless, Reggiani inferred that the Huracán successor, like the Aventador successor, will presumably anticipate that jar will get its releases as per the latest regulatory necessities.
“A while later, I need some support [to meet regulatory demands], however the inclination is sound, and the reaction you have in a 10-barrel engine you can’t have from some other kind,” he said.
In his gathering with Car and Driver, Reggiani also said the Huracán successor will have a back wheel-drive decision, much the same as the Huracán. While not a notable option, he said there remains a sort of buyer that recognizes the piles of oversteer it passes on.
The Huracán successor is as yet an extended period of time off, nevertheless, as the Huracán itself simply bowed in 2014. On Tuesday, Lamborghini lauded the create of the 10,000th delineation, a Huracán Performante auto headed for a customer in Canada. The most noticeable Lamborghini to date is the Gallardo, which heaped on 14,022 arrangements in the midst of its 10-year future. At the present rate, the Huracán looks set to squash that record.