Lamborghinis to buy in India - The fastest you can buy
New Delhi : Lamborghini has pretty good presence in our market despite being high-end, super Luxury Cars in India. Lamborghini's customer base here understand well that their cars are hardcore and are absolutely stunning to look at. You get spine-chilling performance as well but not without having to spend from your nose. We look at some of the most popular sellers from Lamborghini Cars in India.
The Lamborghini Urus is perhaps one of the most outlandish series-production SUVs you can buy on the market. The raked roofline is impossible to miss and those angular cuts on the bodywork scream Lamborghini Cars. The headlights and tail lights are slender and the angular wheel arches, the air dams in the front and the massive 22-inch wheels, all give it unmatched road presence. You can also opt for 23-inch wheels. The interior of the Urus is more cockpit than cabin and you're instantly reminded of the Huracan Evo and Aventador S. There are lots of aviation-inspired bits across the dashboard and the broad central console houses various levers and toggle switches, and of course, you get a dual-touchscreen infotainment system. Imagine an SUV with a Lamborghini Cars badge on it; well, the Urus lives up to it with a 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 producing 641bhp and 850Nm of torque; the Urus can sprint from 0-100kph in just 3.6 seconds and can reach a top speed of 305kph.
When it comes to the looks of the Huracan, it has left many smacking their lips. It's tastefully designed, and the Huracan Evo takes things a step further with those new aggressive-looking front bumpers with huge air intakes, new alloy wheels and side intakes. At the rear, it sports exhausts that are placed higher up and the huge diffuser at the back hints at improved aerodynamics. The Huracan Evo is powered by a 5.2-litre, naturally-aspirated V10 engine making 631bhp and 600Nm of torque; this engine helps the Evo sprint from 0-100kph in just 2.9 seconds, helping it reach a top speed of 325kph; this engine screams and snarls and then pops and crackles on the overrun. And the dual-clutch transmission works brilliantly. Performance on the Evo feels a lot more accessible than it was on the pre-facelift Huracan. Around corners, the Huracan Evo feels nimble as it turns in and out of corners with immense poise while also being very predictable. But we thank the new rear-wheel steering system for that.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
The Aventador SVJ is one of the wildest looking Lamborghini Luxury Cars in India. It has all the added bodywork to help it slice through air faster than a regular Aventador. The spoiler up-front is lower-set, the haunches at the back are wide enough to take up a whole road's width in India and there's a huge rear wing along with a new diffuser as well. The high-set exhausts look mad and sound even more mental. All the aero you see on the outside adds 40% of downforce and the SVJ comes with Lamborghini's Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva tech, which is nothing but a whole lot of active aerodynamics. It also gets two holes in the front bumper which work in sync with the intake on the engine cover. The SVJ look like it demands serious driving skills, but it's actually a very easy car to drive. The steering feels sharp and you can drive over speed breakers if you don't forget to raise the front-end. Up-front, the SVJ get 20-inch alloys and 21-inch ones at the back; the ride is decent; nothing too great. The seats offer fantastic support but we find the central console is cluttered with too many buttons. The V12 wails and screams like it's angry. And with 690bhp under your right foot, it doesn't get more extreme than this.