Following a bold – and controversial – claim to the Nurburgring lap record, Lamborghini have set the stage for the Huracan Performante's debut at this year's Geneva motor show. While the car used during the record run was draped in camouflage, Lamborghini have finally unveiled the Performante in all its glory at the show.
For starters, the Huracan undergoes a full diet thanks to a host of Forged Composite Carbon Fiber parts such as the front lip, rear spoiler, diffuser, engine cover, and the rear bumper. Apart from this, the Performante benefits from active aero which Lamborghini calls 'Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva' that allows for adjustment of flaps in the front and rear diffusers.
All these bits give the Huracan a look akin to that of the Gallardo Super Trofeo, and with the looks to match the numbers have to back it up.
The Huracan Performante tips the scales 40kg lighter thanks to all the composite carbon fiber, and propeling the vehicle will still be the 5.2L V10 – albeit bumped up to make 630 PS and 600 Nm of torque. Power will still be sent through a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox towards the rear wheels.
For those who can afford to shell out more for their high performance Huracan, options such as magneto rheological suspension as well as variable ratio steering are available at an extra cost.