Only some vehicles are meant to be towing high loads, while others have strict restrictions or even a ban. It is the driver's responsibility to be informed of what their vehicle can tow.
Remember, kids, every vehicle on the market today represents a compromise in one way or another, as there were budget caps when its development took place, it had to be sold at a certain price, and it had to do a list of things, not just what you dream of it to do, as well as what you want it to. It is that simple, sometimes.
Now, returning to the topic at hand, a YouTuber who has no fear of destroying his Lamborghini Huracán Supertrofeo Evo with a twin-turbo kit had a dream. He had previously seen images of an Urus tow a Huracán Performante Spyder, and he felt that he could do better.
His twin-turbo Supertrofeo Evo build comes with an impressive 1,250 whp, as Alex Choi states in his video, and he installed a Class 4 trailer hitch, which is supposed to be good for 15,000 lbs. (ca. 6,803 kg). Now, Choi does not plan to tow that much, but rather a more “modest” 10,000 lbs. (ca. 4,500 kg).
Since Lamborghini never planned to let Huracán owners tow trailers with their vehicles, there is no approved trailer hitch for the Italian exotic car. Somehow, Choi had one installed, and he proceeded to test it through various methods. Mind you, he was not the first to tow another vehicle with a Lamborghini.
Do not try to replicate this video in any way. If your car was not designed for towing, don't try towing with it.
Since the Italian exotic was not supposed to be towing, there were a few other setbacks along the way, but we are not going to ruin Choi's video for you, so go ahead and see what it's like to tow using a Huracán.