And a bunch of other eco-mentalist stuff.
As Richard Hammond stated in his review of the baby Lamborghini, the Huracan was designed to sell. If Lamborghini wants to sell more and more cars then the best way is to move with the times of efficiency and cleanliness. It seems that the Italian automaker has done just that as the ferocious Huracan has received a midlife refresh for the 2016 model year. The first update is that both variants of the baby Lamborghini will receive cylinder deactivation. When all of the power is not required, only one side of the cylinder banks will do the work.
This increased fuel efficiency from 20 to 21 mpg, not a whole lot but good enough for an attempt. The car’s Strada (Street) mode has been tweaked to give a smoother ride. Inside, more panels are wrapped in leather, an optional “Sensonum” sound system, and there are cupholders. Customers can also freely customize the look of their Huracan infinitely thanks to Lamborghini’s Ad Personam program. Models with the transparent engine cover can have an option to fit LEDs around the engine bay to show off the car’s amazing V10 engine. However, the best update for the Huracan is the sports exhaust. The Huracan sounds like gold already but with a sports exhaust system, we can’t imagine how terrifyingly glorious it’ll sound.