By now you’ve probably read our first drive report on the 2016 Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 and learned about how darn fun it is behind the wheel. Now you have some tasty visuals to help gauge the experience as Lamborghini has a video showing its latest supercar at a track, in this case Italy’s Imola.
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The LP 580-2 is the rear-wheel-drive version of the Lamborghini’s entry-level model. It’s the cheapest, too, with its price tag coming in at a very reasonable $201,000. You don’t get as much power as the LP 610-4 but you’ll hardly notice the difference. What you will notice is the bigger smile on your face in the LP 580-2 if you’re ever fortunate enough to drive both cars.
As its name suggests, the LP 580-2 comes with 580 metric horsepower, or 572 regular horses. Peak torque, meanwhile, registers at 398 pound-feet. Thanks to the removal of the all-wheel-drive system, the curb weight has been pruned down to just 3,062 lb and you’re also left with a very rear-biased 40:60 front-rear weight distribution. Performance figures include a 0-62 mph time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 199 mph.