Fresh off the block, two Urus models in a Lamborghini pipeline are premiering this August and a Huracan derivative.
Thanks to the wealthy Italian entrepreneur, manufacturing magnate Ferruccio Lamborghini, and his mechanical and creative mind, he and his empire had another successful year. In fact, it was reported that they had the best half-year results in the company’s existence hitting $1.36 billion.
While the operating profit blossomed by 69.6 per cent to $434 million, the Italian bulls with Spanish names continue to grow. They are getting stronger and growing their carbon fibre horns. And with massive success on the cards this year, the Lamborghini company is enlisting three new models with increased power, higher speeds and, as always, limited numbers.
Although the $280 million company has yet to release much detail about what car enthusiasts can expect, we know that the Huracan and two new Urus models are scheduled for a much-needed facelift. This means we can expect more powerful plug-in hybrids and full automated powertrains.
The Urus starred in a host of drag races, making it super powerful, and as you can imagine, it’s loaded with quality and tech throughout. Still, it’s got a few additional touches so that you won’t mistake it for anything other than a Lambo.
It may be the first raging bull to do away with fossil fuels soon, but for $193,405, expect the unveiling at Pebble Beach in California. The Huracan, on the other hand, is undoubtedly the last flavour of the naturally aspirated V10 supercar in its current generation. It could be the last chance to buy the baby Lambo since its replacement will go the hybrid way. Expect the Huracan to go for around $327,000 and its partner Aventador for about $500,000.