Lamborghini Huracan Rental in Los Angeles
Lamborghini Huracan for Rent Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Miami, Florida & Wynwood area:
The Lamborghini Huracan is the follow up to the Gallardo, the most successful car in the company’s history with over 14,000 sold. That leaves the Huracan a lot to live up to, but this V10 machine is up to the task. It is not a radical reinvention of the supercar, but it is a near-perfect example of the form.
As with the Gallardo, the Huracan manages to be a mix of hardcore supercar intensity and approachable everyday driveability, so you can use it for your regular commute, and then take it to the track on the weekends. As for what you will do with it, that’s up to you, but once you rent the Lamborghini Huracan from Premiere Exotic Car Rentals, you will get that mix of pragmatism and power feels like.
History of the Lamborghini Huracan
Right from the inception of his company, Ferruccio Lamborghini had the vision of an entry level car, similar to the Porsche 911 or the Ferrari Dino. He believed that such a vehicle was necessary for the long-term survival of his company since low-volume, high-priced V12 supercars were not a realistic path to long-term sustainability.
The company’s answer to this problem was the Lamborghini Urraco; unfortunately, it created an entirely different set of problems. The Urraco made its debut at the 1970 Turin auto show but production problems and internal strife at the company meant that it didn’t go on sale until 1973. Unfortunately, this coincided with the 1973 oil crisis and fuel-guzzling supercars were out of favor at the time. Just nineteen of those cars were sold in 1974 before it went on sale in America the following year.
America was supposed to be the savior of the Urraco but it proved unpopular there too, since it was more expensive and far slower than the Porsche 911. Lamborghini had the vision of selling 1000 Urracos. They only managed to manufacture 776. What a difference three decades makes: the Lamborghini Gallardo made its debut in 2003 and during its ten year run, became the revered automakers most successful vehicle. It proved that an entry level Lamborghini was possible, and the Huracan continues that tradition of affordable supercar dominance.
Tech Specs of the Lamborghini Huracan
The Huracan uses the same V10 engine as the Gallardo, but it has been tuned to boost the horses to 602 in the base model. That means an acceleration time of 0 to 60 MPH in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 200+ MPH. The Huracan uses an all-wheel drive system to ensure that all of that power is able to be controlled even by someone who has never been behind the wheel of a supercar before.
One of the reasons for the popularity of the Gallardo is that it was a surprisingly easy car to drive compared to previous Lamborghinis. The relatively simple driving controls were seen as an affront by the Lamborghini die-hards, but the majority of buyers found the combination of high power and low accessibility to be extremely appealing. That appeal is amplified with the Huracan because it is even more powerful, but, amazingly, even easier to drive.
One of the reasons is that the chassis of the Huracan is 50% stiffer than the Gallardo’s. The stiffer body keeps the car firmly grounded, which improves its handling. The suspension setup also makes the Huracan very easy to drive; normally supercars have very stiff suspensions, which is great for handling but not so much for the ride. You can feel even the tiniest bumps in the road, but that is not the case with the Huracan. All the bumps and imperfections in the road get leveled out by the car’s supple, adaptable suspension, giving you a smooth ride in any condition.
The Inside Story
After Lamborghini was acquired by German automaker Audi, everyone expected there to be a dramatic rise in quality of the interiors of all future Lamborghini models. The cabins of older Lamborghinis could charitably be called spartan, or uncharitably called barely tolerable. That changed with Audi’s guidance and now the interiors of all new Lamborghini models are the best they have ever been.
That tradition continues with the Huracan. The switchgear may not all be original, coming mainly from the Audi parts bin, but that means it is all very high quality. The Huracan uses TFT screens in the dashboard to clearly display whatever information the driver wants to see. The Huracan also uses Lamborghini’s ANIMA (Adaptive Network Intelligence Management) system, which controls the suspension setting, electronic stability control, engine, transmission and more. Basically, ANIMA thinks about that stuff so you don’t have to.
The Lamborghini Huracan Is Waiting For You
The Huracan continues Ferruccio Lamborghini’s vision of an affordably priced—relatively speaking—supercar, and now you can rent it from Premiere Exotic Car Rentals to experience his vision for yourself. Some people might claim that a sensible Lamborghini isn’t a real Lamborghini. Everyone else will just be happy to have a Lamborghini that doesn’t require your opening the door if you want to back it up.
The Huracan still has all the flair, charisma, and drama of classic Lamborghinis, those qualities are now wrapped up in a more liveable package. Rent it for yourself to experience it for yourself.