The Lamborghini Huracan is an all-wheel drive, mid-engine supercar with more than 600 odd horsepower in a stylish new package. The successor to the Gallardo, uses a combination of aluminum and carbon fiber which makes it lighter and stiffer than ever. Autocar just got behind the wheel of the new Huracan LP610-4 to thrash it around their favorite test track. In theory, an all-wheel drive supercar does tend to understeer and same is the case with the new Lamborghini. Furthermore, driver aides cannot be switched off completely and interfere precisely when one starts to feel brave.
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According to Autocar, the Audi R8 which shares most of its components with the new Lamborghini Huracan is slightly more fun to drive. In the real world however, owners might not notice the wider front track of the Huracan. That said, in my opinion, a supercar must have some qualities of a misbehaving child and that is perhaps what lacks in the Huracan. Oh, and FYI it is pronounced Ooh-ra-cahn.
Autocar reviews the Lamborghini Huracan:
Source: Autocar via Youtube