The rear-drive Lamborghini Huracan replaced the longstanding Gallardo in the line for the 2015 model year. As with the Aventador, it’s dramatically styled and can meet most anyone’s performance expectations, with a mid-mounted 5.2-liter 610-horsepower V10 engine under the hood.



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Huracan RWD Coupe



Options are less plentiful for the Huracan Coupe than with the Aventador models. A package with gloss black exterior trim costs $1,800, while a premium “Sensonum” audio system goes for $3,900. You can have the dashboard and headrests emblazoned with the Lambo logo for $1,000 and choose leather-trimmed floor mats for an additional $700. A $3,500 package bundles an auto adjusting magneto-rheological suspension and a lifting system that can raise the front end of the car by 45mm to help clear speed bumps and such.