Word has emerged that the Raging Bull is working on two additional Lamborghini Huracan options and that both will offer RWD. The Lamborghini Huracan was released exclusively with AWD, leaving drivers who prefer RWD to look elsewhere. Did the AWD only option cost enough sales to lead the Bull to create more versatility among the siblings?
Those left distraught over the AWD only Lamborghini Huracan may soon have two RWD options to mull over. The model has enjoyed very healthy sales since the introduction, so more options should lead to even more success.
Lamborghini confirmed that it is indeed working on two RWD Huracan cars to add to the mix. The cars will be even more extreme, lightweight and powerful than the AWD version. The RWD Huracan cars will be more comparable to the likes of the Ferrari 488 GTB and provide competition for others in the class. It is going to be similar to the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera in terms of pure beast action, bells and whistles. The best part: one of the RWD Huracan siblings will be the more affordable option, possibly named the LP610-2 (the original AWD was the LP610-1). It is discernable from the possible names that the less expensive offering will likely possess the same horsepower as the original AWD.
It seems that Lamborghini’s chief test driver, Giorgio Sanna, spilled the news to British Car Magazine amid the launch of the spectacular LP620-2 Super Trofeo racer in Malaysia. He also shared that some of the best track focused features of cars like the Ferrari 458 Speciale would be incorporated into the process, making for a force to be reckoned with. More chatter on the subject will commence in 2016 as official plans and concept versions emerge.