The more affordable of the two Lamborghini models on sale today is of course the Huracan. Officially known as the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4, it is mid-engine, all-wheel drive supercar with 610 hp tucked under its back side.
Having all-wheel drive may be good for traction but it can ruin the fun when it comes to drifting. Of course, you wouldn’t want to eat up the tires on your new Lamborghini. But, when it comes to media events like these, no one would care less.
With a bit of water on the track, the Lamborghini Huracan does slide around, but not for long before the all-wheel drive system shuffles the power around and ruin the fun. Also, the grip from the 245/30 front and 305/30 R20 rear tires also contributes to it as the tire screech can be heard even on the wet surface.
So, a Lamborghini Huracan does drift, a bit. However, it is the sound that’s more captivating. The 5.2-liter V10 makes a glorious rumble that’s unique to the Huracan.
Lamborghini Huracan: Loud acceleration, drifting video
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