The Construction of a V10-Powered Lamborghini Huracan: A 16-Hour Journey with 2,750 Components

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16 Hours And 2,750 Components Are Needed To Build One V10-powered Lamborghini Huracan

It takes a meticulous process spanning 968 minutes, approximately 16 hours, to craft a single V10 powered Lamborghini Huracan, as revealed by the Italian luxury car manufacturer.

The production line for the Huracan is intricately organized into 22 stations, with each station dedicated to a specific aspect of the car’s construction, consuming 44 minutes per station to ensure the pinnacle of perfection in every super sports car that rolls off the line.

Building a Huracan demands a considerable amount of patience due to the staggering array of components required – over 2,750 in total – to assemble each vehicle.

Automobili Lamborghini, the esteemed Italian sports car manufacturer, has provided a glimpse behind the curtain, offering insight into the meticulous process by which their V10-powered Lamborghini Huracans are meticulously produced at their Sant’Agata Bolognese factory.

Lamborghini Huracan
Lamborghini Huracan (Credits: The Drive)

“… and building a Huracan takes a lot of patience as over 2,750 components are needed to build one along the production line, a process that takes 968 minutes or 16 hours, according to Lamborghini.”

Explaining the intricacies of the production, Lamborghini notes, “That’s why Huracan’s production line is divided into 22 stations, each one taking 44 minutes to make our V10 super sports car perfect. And to make your driving experience next-level fun.”

The Huracan, succeeding the iconic Gallardo, debuted globally at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show. Its competitive landscape includes rivals like the McLaren 650S and 720S, the now-discontinued Audi R8, and the Ferrari 458 Speciale and 488 GTB.

Since its introduction in the second quarter of 2014, Sant’Agata Bolognese has seen the emergence of 13 distinct models of the V10 Huracan, including variants like the Performante, STO, and the offroad-centric Sterrato.

Equipped with a naturally-aspirated V10 engine, the Huracan Sterrato delivers 610 CV and 560 Nm of torque, enabling it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in a mere 3.4 seconds and achieve a top speed of 260 km/h (160 mph).



By Sajda

Sajda is a car enthusiast, however, she is more focused on motorbikes.

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