Car News Desk – The Indian automobile market is growing at a rapid pace and the perfect example of this is the sale of supercars growing at a rocket pace. Now even the cost of a super car is not a hindrance for the car enthusiasts in India. Due to this, many foreign companies are also launching their supercars in the Indian market. Sometime back, in this episode, Lamborghini has launched its powerful supercar Huracan Technica. Recently this car has been bought by the first Indian customer. A person hailing from Visakhapatnam has taken this Bianco Monoceros shade from Huracan Tecnica. This color is somewhat like milky white.
Now this super car has so many features that the list goes on and on, but the biggest feature is its power. The two seater super car is powered by a 5.2L naturally aspirated V10 engine. This engine generates 640 bhp power and 565 Nm torque. The car gets a 7 speed dual clutch transmission which operates the rear wheel. The Huracan Tecnica can accelerate to 100 kmph in just 3.2 seconds.
Talking about the price of the car, it is enough to blow anyone’s senses. You can buy this car at an ex-showroom price of Rs 4.04 crore. However, you will get this car only on ordering. That means you have to book it in advance. The Huracan Technica is equipped with the Lamborghini Dynamica Vecolo Integrata system. Simply put, this system synchronizes every system in the car with each other and calculates real-time analytics and distributes the car’s power according to the driver. This not only improves the driving dynamics but also makes for a great driving experience.
Speaking after the sale of the first Huracan Tecnica, Lamborghini India Head Sharad Agarwal said, “We made our debut in India a year back and we appreciate the love people have shown here. Tecnica was launched in. Last year. It sports a lightweight design. It gets a recalibrated LDVI system. It also gets specially tuned driving modes, suspension settings, rear wheel direct steering and improved brake cooling technology. These make the car great to drive on the road as well as on the track.