Emraan Hashmi, who is has been in the movie industry for a long time now recently drove home in a Lamborghini. The actor was spotted in a yellow Lamborghini Huracan and many pictures and videos of him driving the car to his home have surfaced online. While many reports have claimed that he has bought the new car, it seems like Emraan called the car only for a test drive and is yet to buy the car.
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While we could not verify any of the reports that claim that Emraan has bought the Lamborghini Huracan, the car itself carried a temporary number sticker. The video and pictures of the car online show that Emraan drove it to the parking of his home. Emraan was spotted alone in the car and was seen taking on the broken road just outside his home in Mumbai.
The Huracan replaced the extremely popular but ageing Lamborghini Gallardo from the global markets. In India, six variants of the supercar are available and the most affordable version is priced at Rs 3.45 crores, ex-showroom, which can translate into about Rs 4 crores on road. Lamborghini also sells the Avio and Performante versions, which are priced at a much higher slab. We are not sure if this an RWD or AWD version. The AWD version costs around Rs 50 lakh more than the RWD version of the Huracan.
The Lamborghini Huracan is one of the best-selling models of the brand. It gets powered by 5,204cc, V10 naturally aspirated petrol engine that develops a massive power of 573 Bhp at 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 540 Nm at 6,500 rpm. It has a restricted top speed of 325 km/h. It gets a 7-speed automatic transmission that can propel the car from standstill to 100 km/h in just 3 seconds. In the 2WD models, the power goes to the rear wheels while the AWD model gets power on all the wheels.
The Huracan can take on bad roads perfectly as seen on the video. It gets air suspension which can raise the height of the car’s body by about 45mm. It can be quite useful while tackling bad roads as seen in this video and tackling the illegal speed breakers on the roads. For track usage, the car can come down and provide much better stability, which allows the car to take the corners at higher speeds.
Lamborghini also allows the customise the Huracan as per one’s taste. The car seen here gets green coloured brake callipers that look striking. Such customisations can be done by the owners when they place the order for the car. Currently, there are numerous Huracan supercars on the Indian roads. Lamborghini also launched the all-new Urus SUV, which has become quite popular on the roads too.
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