The Lamborghini Huracan is perhaps the biggest no-show at this year's Detroit Auto Show. After all, a new V10 supercar that will wow us for the next decade or so is more important than any econobox.
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
But that's one story and this is another! While the Huracan didn't show in Detroit, it has apparently arrived in the United States a few days ago. A Youtube called Jtr818 filmed just 8 seconds of footage which show a yellow example drifting, followed closely by a camera kart.
There's no mention as to where this is from or a Youtube user description to tell us where Jtr818 is from. However, this looks suspiciously like downtown Los Angeles, a favored location for shoots.
For all the excitement surrounding this car, the Huracan has not been officially announced in the US, despite this being Lamborghini's market of focus right now. When the clip they are filming is ready, that should definitely change.
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