Lamborghini Huracan Performante Attacks Col de Turini, V10 Sounds Otherworldly

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Ladies and gentlemen drivers, the time has come to welcome the Lamborghini Huracan Performante into the real world. With the official matters now behind us, it's a delight to talk about the 640-pony Sant'Agata Bolognese machine going for a jog in the mountains.
To be more precise, an example of the Raging Bull has recently been unleashed on one of the world's best driving roads.

The Lambo was put through its paces in the Col de Turini, with France's infamous mountain pass providing a sweet playground for the Huracan Performante.

Sure, the high altitude of the area (think: 1,607 meters) might not be ideal for the naturally-aspirated heart of the supercar, but the Lambo doesn't even seem to break a sweat while flying from one corner to another. After all, the Performante is the kind of contraption that can lap the Green Hell in 6:52...

In fact, the scream of the V10 fills up the entire pass, which is why we're advising you to turn up the volume for the full enchilada.

The Huracan Performante gets chased by what could be another supercar (judging by the pace), with the two encountering light traffic in their sprinting adventure. So yes, this adventure is a real world-flavored as they get.

Returning to the aural side of the stunt, the Italian automotive producer is currently working towards the goal of allowing Huracan Performante owners to enjoy the voice of their machines even more.

The Raging Bull will hit this goal with the help of the Huracan Performante Spyder. As for the nameplate of the land-land missile we're discussing there, the company could always revive the Gallardo's Spyder Performante moniker, though.

The freshest spyshots of the open-top supercar landed earlier this week, while the beast is expected to make its debut next month, at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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