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Exotic Women Get Joyrides in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Huracan and Aventador

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Exotic Women Get Joyrides in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Huracan and AventadorExotic Women Get Joyrides in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Huracan and AventadorExotic Women Get Joyrides in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Huracan and AventadorExotic Women Get Joyrides in a Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Huracan and Aventador
Reaction videos are almost a daily occurrence nowadays. We'd like to think that autoevolution is like a global hub, where everybody can watch girls and supercars using this handy news tag.

However, we don't just offer quantity, as once in a while a video comes along that blows all the others away. No, we haven't managed to convince Kate Upton to sit in a Hellcat yet, but we're working on it. Instead, we're offering you a video where three of the most desirable supercars in the world appear together.

The company responsible for this exotic melange is Exotics Racing, founded by a racing driver who married a supermodel. His rental firm is conveniently located near the Las Vegas Speedway, so the Lambos and Ferraris can be driven to the limit without breaking the law.

You're about to watch three gorgeous models Madena, Eunice, and CJ Miles go for a ride in Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari 458 Italia, and Lamborghini Aventador. That sounds like a good way to have fun!

Fortunately for you guys, we've driven all the cars in the video already and can tell you what they're like. The Ferrari has the reputation for handling, but unless driven to the limit it can feel a little boring on the road. The Aventador is our favorite, as it brings a sense of occasion with it. We're not just talking about the way the V12 engine screams, but about the way this Raging Bull makes you feel, even at 30 mph.

As for the Huracan, this replacement for the Gallardo is in high demand. It looks like it cuts through the air at the speed of sound, but the handling and feedback aren't on the same level as the Ferrari. On normal roads, it has a slight tendency to understeer, which makes it safer, but also a little less exotic.

Editor's note: Anybody else feel like playing GT5 now?

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