Lamborghini Huracan facelift will receive a refreshing design along with range of technologies; could get rear-wheel steering system from Aventador S
Italian supercar manufacturer Lamborghini is working on a facelift version of the Huracan that is expected to be launched sometime in late 2018 or in early 2019. This facelifted Lamborghini Huracan will come incorporating a refreshing design, loads of advanced and new technologies. Also, it is likely to receive the same rear wheel steering system that is available in the Lamborghini Aventador S.
The Lamborghini Huracan facelift would arrive with improved low-speed capability and high speed stability thanks to the rear-wheel steering system borrowed from Lamborghini Aventador S. However, the Italian brand is still not to confirm the usage of this steering system, as some executives of the company believes this technology is financially not viable for the Huracan.
Another interesting fact about this upcoming Lamborghini Huracan facelift will arrive incorporating a 48 volt subsystem that will enhance the supercar’s ability further. This is going to be the similar technology as Audi SQ7 and Bentley Bentayga. The Huracan facelift could come with adaptive anti-roll bars or Audi’s electric rotary dampers.
While introduction of these new technologies will certainly add zing to the upcoming Lamborghini Huracan facelift, the car will be able to churn out more power from its 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine. Expect the engine to be capable of churning out around 650 hp of peak power. However, the Italian brand is yet to disclose any further detail about it. We can assume to learn more about this refreshed model in coming days.
The Lamborghini Huracan facelift is likely to come available in different variants like its sibling Gallardo. In that case, we would see the upcoming car arriving in droptop and a rear-wheel drive Superleggera versions. Currently, Lamborghini Huracan is priced between Rs. 3.25 crore and Rs. 4.07 crore in Indian market. Expect the facelifted version to arrive here and it would be slightly higher priced compared to the present model.
Source: Car and Driver