After Stephan Winkelmann on the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance 2014, the new company racecar Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo had revealed, the Lamborghini boss was apparently in question mood. When asked about the future of the new Huracán Winkelmann said: " We need many derivatives Customers expect that and we always need something new to keep talking. . "
Since Lamborghinis new GT3 racing car ?? somewhat surprising ?? on rear wheel drive starts, the question of Huracán - series variant with only two driven wheels was inevitable. And Winkelmann showed quite open to a more extreme variant of its smallest series: " We have indeed made the Gallardo, so it could be an option We are a four-wheel drive supercar manufacturer, but why should we have no option with rear wheel drive.? "
First Huracán derivative is likely already in 2015 an open Spyder variant are at the dealership. Easier and more extreme versions could follow. Finally, there was also the Gallardo reins looser Superleggera-, Spyder Performante-or the rear-drive LP550-2 ( Balboni )-Spielarten. From the Gallardo LP 550-2 Balboni only about 250 copies were built. A number that appears suitable for a rear wheel drive Huracán. The Lamborghini LP 610-4 Huracán is so far only available as a coupe with all-wheel drive and costs in Germany from 201,705 euros . ( sw )