Created in the same vein as the Gallardo Superleggera before it, the Huracan Performante is a more performance-oriented variant of the car intended for track use. It delivers not only mind-bending performance, but a level of engagement and playfulness that is difficult to find in today’s supercars. Also difficult to find but present in abundance is a magnificent naturally-aspirated engine, a 5.2 liter V10 that revs to 8,500 RPM and makes 630 hp, 30 more than the standard car. Coupled with a weight reduction of 88 pounds, the car accelerates to 60 mph in 2.2 seconds (compared to 2.5 for the standard car). The suspension is also stiffened, in both springing and the anti-roll bars, while aerodynamics are substantially upgraded with active capability that dynamically adjusts downforce during corners to make the car even more agile.
This particular example is a lifelong San Francisco area car which was originally equipped with approximately $50,000 of options, including 20” black forged wheels, cruise control, parking sensors, anti-theft system, garage opener, laser engraved interior packages, contrasting red stitching, interior branding package, travel and smoker package, exterior style package, Apple CarPlay, Lamborghini sound system with active speakers, dynamic steering, and suspension lifter. The car’s original MSRP was $324,585. In January of 2021 at 5,157 miles, the car received a 2 year service which included oil change, brake fluid replacement, air filters, and a new v belt. It comes with the invoice for this work, along with car cover, tools, and battery charger.