The Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 will be updated in 2016, with the new features focusing on improving the driving manners, fuel efficiency and the luxury of Lamborghini’s new entry-level supercar.
As a result, a cylinder-deactivation function will be part of the package; this means that it will switch off one cylinder bank on lighter throttle load, significantly improving the fuel consumption and the CO2 emissions of the 5.2-litre V10 engine.
Furthermore, the all-wheel drive system has been fine-tuned for an improved driving behavior, particularly in Strada mode. Other updates worth mentioning are a wider range of colors and trims, leather trimmed upper parts of the center console and door handles, while the air vents were painted in a matte black finish.
The Ad Personam, Lamborghini’s personalization program, will now allow customers to personalize the cabin according to their desires, offering even heritage and matt paint colors. On the inside, a new Sensonum audio system will try to cover up that engine’s soundtrack, with 390 Watts and a ten-channel amplifier for the ten speakers.
Other than that, there’s no major news to talk about, except a new excuse to get a Lamborghini Huracan.