100 miles per day included,
$5 per additional mile,
Security deposit required.
1 Rental Day = 24 hours
The Lamborghini Huracan Rental Miami is one of the best driving cars ever produced. First introduced in 2014, the model has carried on the legacy of the legendary Gallardo. This Lamborghini Huracan for rent in Miami will bring a smile to you, your passenger, and any onlooker’s faces.
Taking on Miami’s streets is a high-revving 5.2L V10 engine. The boisterous engine can output 602 horsepower and 397 lb-ft of torque. Sending all the power to the rear wheels, this 2WD Huracan for rent drives like a genuine sports car. This Huracan Coupe allows for a more elegant driving experience with saved weight.
Connected to the roaring engine is a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. While driving through city streets, there is no stress in constantly shifting gears. However, when looking for a more spirited drive, two large paddle shifters let you completely control shifting.
This Lamborghini Huracan rental in Miami can hit 60 mph in about 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 199 mph.
While the Huracan carries a stance of a primed sprinter, the performance coupe is quite drivable under normal conditions. When not necessary, the engine deactivates half of its 10 cylinders to improve fuel economy, saving you trips to the gas station. However, when power is requested, the engine seamlessly reactivates the dormant cylinders to bring back its full potential.
11 city / 18 hwy
The Huracan rental Miami is the direct successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo. The 562-hp V10 of the old Gallardo is comprehensively overhauled in the Huracan to produce more power – up to 40 hp more.
Keeping the Huracan in its default Strada (Street) driving mode allows for a leisure cruise. When you want the engine to breathe and suspension to stiffen up, hit the selector at the bottom of the steering wheel and enter into Sport or Corsa (Race) mode.
The flat-bottomed steering wheel is perfectly contoured to make anyone’s hands feel at home. Vital functions such as turn signals and windshield wiper controls are mapped to buttons on the steering wheel itself.
Sitting behind the steering wheel is the Huracan’s infotainment system. The 12.3-inch display showcases all-important vehicle information and three-dimensional GPS sourced from Google Earth. To the right of the steering wheel is a center console seemingly designed around an airplane cockpit. On top sits a small display with information about oil temperature and battery charge. Below sit beautifully machined, individually gated switches. Finally, the start button is prominently displayed below a bright red covering, seated above the gear selector buttons.
Aggressively bolstered sport seats are upholstered in a combination of suede and leather.
A Lamborghini is eye-catching on its own. The front features aggressively large air intakes that work hard to cool the front brakes as well as provide further even more downforce to stick to the road. The Huracan’s sharp headlights provide a striking look whenever you’re driving at night. During the day, Lamborghini’s beautiful Arancio Borealis Pearl will be a magnet for attention. Coupled with stealthy black rims and a contrasting black diffuser, and you have a winning formula.