This Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Huracan Will Leave You Breathless

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Obviously, a Lamborghini Huracan equipped with a pair of turbochargers is going to be quick. However, you may be shocked by just how quick it is in the real world.

This particular Huracan is a Performante variant that was pushed to its limits on the Autobahn by AutoTopNL. It has been built and modified by B Tuning, RS Engineers, and LCE Performance and whereas the standard 5.2-liter V10 is capped at 640 hp, the addition of two turbochargers almost doubles that power.

As the reviewer notes, there are three different tunes for the engine that can be adjusted on the fly. The ‘tame’ driving mode caps grunt to 850 hp while the mid-level mode increases that to 1,100 hp. Those seeking the ultimate in performance can then put the car into Corsa mode where it churns out 1,250 hp.

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Just 3.21 seconds are needed for the car to accelerate from 100 – 200 km/h (62 – 124 mph), making it quicker than a Bugatti Chiron and the second quickest car ever tested by AutoTopNL, just behind the 3.13 seconds needed by a 1,750 hp twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo from Dallas Performance.

The car continues to build speed at a truly scary pace once it eclipses 200 km/h. In fact, it takes just 6.18 seconds to launch from 200 km/h to 300 km/h (124 – 186 mph), roughly half the time needed by a McLaren 765LT. It also runs from 200 km/h to 250 km/h (124 – 155 mph) in just 2.5 seconds.

The reviewer was ultimately able to push the car through to an incredible 358 km/h (222 mph) as indicated on the digital speedometer.

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