The Lamborghini Huracan was introduced as the successor of the Gallardo in 2014, offering a mid-mounted 5.2-liter V10 engine producing over 600 HP and an electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system. The Huracan Spyder was unveiled in 2015 with a power-operated retractable convertible top that can be open or closed in around 17 seconds. This 2016 Huracan LP 610-4 was ordered in Nero Helene over a Rosso Alala/Nero Ade Bi-Color Elegante leather interior with contrast stitching and optioned with a front suspension lift system, red-finished brake calipers, the Travel Package, the Branding Package, leather-wrapped A-pillars and roof lining, a rearview camera, parking sensors, 20” forged Mimas wheels, dynamic power steering, and leather-bound floor mats. Showing just under 7k miles on the odometer, this Huracan Spyder LP 610-4 is now being offered at auction by its seller out of Connecticut.
The aluminum bodywork is finished in Nero Helene (LY9T) with a red convertible soft top. Equipment includes full LED headlamps with Y-shaped daytime running lights, LED taillights, turn signals, and marker lights, flush-mounted door handles, dark tinted glass and windscreen, red Lamborghini-branded brake calipers over carbon-ceramic discs, LP 610-4 rocker panel badging, quad exhaust outlets, and a vented engine cover. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report. The optional 20” forged Mimas wheels were selected with a Titanium finish and wear black Lamborghini center caps along with a set of Pirelli P-Zero dated from 2020 in the front and 2021 in the rear.
This Huracan was specified with a Bi-Color Elegante interior which features two power-adjustable and heated seats trimmed in Rosso Alala with embroidered Lamborghini headrest badges as equipped by the Branding Package, as well as a Rosso Alala center console. Nero Ade leather spans the dashboard, rear bulkhead, A-pillars, and roof liner, complimented by Rosso contrast stitching along with matching door panels featuring Rosso Alala leather armrests over Nero Ade Alcantara. Amenities include a 12.3” TFT infotainment display with navigation, a 12.3” digital instrument cluster, a 4-speaker sound system, automatic dual-zone climate control, aluminum pedals, Huracan-branded floormats with Rosso Alala leather bindings, cruise control, a pushbutton ignition, front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, and a dashboard-mounted cupholder and a storage net behind the rear seats as equipped by the Travel Package.
The Huracan LP 610-4 is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 which produces up to 602 HP and 560 lb.-ft of torque. All four wheels are driven by a 7-speed Lamborghini Doppia Frizione (LDF) dual-clutch gearbox, allowing for acceleration from 0-60 MPH in under 3 seconds with a claimed top speed of over 200 MPH. Performance features include carbon-ceramic brakes, optional dynamic power steering, launch control, and the dynamic driving mode selector which features Strada, Sport, and Corsa performance settings. A multi-point inspection was performed by the seller upon acquisition, and all maintenance is reported to be up to date.
This sale will include a clean title.
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@edgy4sure car is a metallic black.
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@SKEDADDLE - is the car black, or like a black cherry color? regardless, it is gorgeous!!! GLWS
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SkedaddleCars - Thanks for the clarification. Yea, something just didn't make sense with the dates and locations. Leave it up to carfax to screw up records on so many valuable and desirable supercars... lol
@mariodesmo Just spoke to Carfax, they believe it is a misprint and it should have been car imported into US from Italy. I opened a case and expect this will be reversed shortly.
@mariodesmo Hi I will clarify the exporting but this is a two owner car. It was sold by Lamborghini of Dallas in January of 2018 with 555 miles on it. In July of 2020 it was traded in to Bentley Gold Coast with 4508 Miles then sold to its second owner in August of 2020 who registered it in Montana. Very clean history.
The carfax report states that the car was exported from Miami(USA) to Italy in 2016. Then it shows up in the USA again in 2018 but there is no mention of an actual re-importation into the USA on the carfax report. Then, in Feb 2018 it's in Indiana, 2019 in Ohio, 2020 in Chicago, 2020/2021 Montana (LLC?), June 2022 Montana still. Can you clarify what was happening with the car during all this time? Nice car, Thanks
@gruvexotics Thank you!! We appreciate the kind words! I was able to obtain the records that reflect the carfax from the beginning of the year. All work on the service record reflects the MPI you mentioned. Since the in-service date, the vehicle has gained just under 200 miles. Feel free to ask us any more questions!
Nice spec @SKEDADDLE ! Can you share how many miles driven since the last MPI and can you upload the MPI results and any repairs done since then too? Thanks!
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