Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4
When Huracán replaced Gallardo, it started off with some 100 horsepower more than its predecessor did in 2003. LP 610-4 has a 4-wheel drive and 610 metric horsepower which corresponds to 602 brake horsepower. That’s still 45 ponies short of Ford GT even though Huracan packs 5.2L normally aspirated V10 at its midsection. No need to mention the low end derivative LP 580-2, which falls further behind. Even the upcoming performance version Huracán LP 640-4 won’t topple the Blue Oval in terms of sheer numbers. It’ll have 631 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. Since Gallardo gained as much as 70 metric horsepower over the years, similar can be expected from Huracán too. When that happens, Ford GT’s current specs will finally be surpassed.