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Lamborghini Made the Huracan Sound More Aggressive than the Aventador: Rev Battle

Now that Ferrari and Porsche have started making steps down the turbo route, the only major supercar maker that doesn't stray off the naturally aspirated path in search of efficiency is Lamborghini.
Lamborghini Aventador vs Huracan rev battle 1 photo
But when the company we're left with is so Raging Bull that it makes the smaller of its two model its more aggressive spokescar, we know we're in good hands.

Before you treat me with a raised eyebrow, take the time to watch the clip below, which brings a rev battle between the Huracan and the reigning Aventador.

Oh, and I'll also ask you to allow me to introduce you to a few spoilers, none of which takes away the seat-adrenaline of watching this non-lethal bullfight.

Many agree on the fact that the Aventador's V12 delivers an unique soundtrack, one that can literally scare people away during hooning moments such as launch control shenanigan.

After having been aurally spoiled into a dreamy state by the Aventador and the Aventador Roadster (the model present in this battle), I'm not going to argue with that. I'd risk getting sued by Sant'Agata Bolognese and I'd have to plead guilty.

And yet there's something about that Huracan that makes is more of an invader. Interestingly enough, that something awakens not under throttle, but during the engine overrun.

As you take your foot of the gas after a firm intimate moment with the pedal, the V10's exhaust will crack and pop as if they want to machine gun everybody around. And you can do this over and over again, while on the move or when indulging in stationary pleasures.

So while the Aventador is still the ruler, the Huracan's restless wickedness seems to have a deeper effect.

Then again, as with any such flavors, the boom is in the ear of the listener.

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