It can be considered the baby of the Lamborghini family but its definitely one of those cars that is already walking and reading before any of the other kids.
Essentially the younger sibling on the Aventador, it is still no slouch and doesn't skimp on luxury in any of its materials and technology that come together to create a stunning car.
The Lamborghini Huracan
is Available in 7 different versions in both AWD, RWD, coupé and Spyder configurations with the most recently released beauty which is the Huracan Performante Spyder.So what is new do you ask?
Well Lamborghini has us covered with their latest electronically controlled all wheel drive system that allows you to control where you would like the power to be sent to, which can come in handy to suit the different roads and tracks that you may come across, as standard there is a 70/30% torque ratio but you can send all the power to the rear or have it balanced at 50% to the front/back.
Unfortunately there is no longer a manual model available as there was simply no room left due to all the new technology that has been crammed into the car, so in the name of the future its gone, thankfully what we're left with is a transmission that can shift faster than any human possibly can, which also allows the car to reach 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds and up to 124mph in 9.9 seconds.
The Huracan is also not made for taller drivers, so unfortunately if your over 6 feet your not going to be in the most comfortable position as your head is pinned against the roof, but if you're really desperate to have the Huracan, do yourself a favor and buy the Spyder edition as you can drive it with the top down, just be sure to check the weather before every drive or you will be left with a headache and sore neck.