The encounter took place earlier this month, with instragrammer powerslidelover being surprised to come across snow while testing the Raging Bull in the mountains.
Surprisingly, the man didn't pull his usual stunts, so we can't show you a piece of footage of the 640 hp supercar drifting on the slippery surface.
Nevertheless, we're glad to bring the Performante Huracan back under the spotlights and that's because the mid-engined machine has taken a bit of a hit yersterday, when Porsche announced the 2018 911 GT2 RS has set a new production car lap record.
The 700 hp Neunelfer completed the task in 6:47, thus seriously one-upping the Huracan Performante with its 6:52 lap time. However, with the Huracan Performante having grabbed the said record from the Porsche 918 Spyder, the VW Group has nothing to worry about, at least for now.
And we should have the opportunity to talk about the uber-Huracan again soon, since Sant'Agata Bolognese needs to introduce the Huracan Performante Spyder.
Last time we brought you a series of spyshots of the naturally aspirated hairstyling took the calendar showed June. Despite the spied prototype barely showing any camo, the model skipped the Frankfurt Motor Show, allowing its big brother, namely the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster, to shine during the German venue.
Testing out the #HuracanPerformante for a couple of days. Wasn't expecting to find some snow already, this might make things very interesting. . . #Lamborghini #Huracan #Performante #GreenBull #car #cars #sportscar #supercar #auto #automotive #drivetastefully #neverenoughhp #iamallergictotractioncontrol #powerslidelover