Lamborghini, a unit of Germany’s Volkswagen is facing a stiff competition from its European counterparts, who are looking to extract dividends from the booming demand of these sports cars, priced between USD 1,38,000 or more.

These cars have a huge demand especially in the Chinese and USA market.

According to an analyst, the ‘extreme’ cars are growing in volume and price and people are looking for more exclusivity, something, others don’t have.

One of the major factors, which is responsible behind the widespread popularity of cars like Huracan is the promise it brings along with it, which includes lower carbon-dioxide emissions, since an increasing number of models in the mass market are fitted with either smaller engines or battery-powered systems. Going by this scale, Huracan, with a 5.2 liter V-10 engine, can zoom beyond 200 miles per hour.

It’s being said that when Huracan will arrive in market next year, it may assist the Italian automobile giant in a big way to counter the competition from Ferrari, McLaren and Aston Martin.