Supercars with naturally aspirated engines are not exactly all over the place. Only a few of them exist and Huracan is definitely one of them. So trying to make a match for a car like this is a bit of a problem nowadays, but the boys at GTBoard were successful. They pitted a fantastic rear wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan LP 580-4 against none other than the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. We saw this lightweight Porsche racer taking on the Nissan GT-R and coming out as a winner despite having only rwd and a naturally aspirated engine. This time, though, it goes on a heavyweight. A V10 with 5.2 liters of capacity is no play. Evolution hit hard that engine of the Gallardo. The result is a lighter engine with faster response, better fuel economy, superior performance and in some iterations more power than the most powerful Gallardo. This one goes around with 580hp.
On the other side is a track toy powered by a four-liter six-cylinder engine developing just over 500hp. Naturally aspirated engine powers a car with massive rear wheels and a rather aggressive body kit. Officially, it will touch 60 mph in 3,3 seconds. However, reality is a bit different.
It was estimated that Porsche cars exceed their official performance rating. The same can be said for the Huracan whose 3,4 seconds to 60 mph seem plausible on any road. In reality, both cars are a bit faster than what their spec sheets says.
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