We recently spent a day with the Sant’Agata Bolognese’s latest Bull, the Huracan. In the process of reviewing the car, we took the time to snap a collection of images that we are now serving to you in the form of Full HD wallpapers. Three thousand people have already ordered a Huracan, so you should tell your computer screen this is a hugely popular one.
What you see above is the Huracan in maximum attack mode. Interestingly enough, this Lamborghini proved to be the king of the popping exhausts - you might have notice there’s a massive trend on the matter these, with more and more cars from various sporty segments joining the bandwagon. When you take your foot off the gas in the “Corsa” driving mode, the Huracan machine guns everybody around. It’s like you... Hurl-A-Can.
Compared to the Aventador, the Huracan’s styling is considerably softer. Actually, the same thing can probably be said if we pit the Huracan against the Gallardo, especially if we take into account the eras when the two were introduced. Interestingly enough, Lamborghini had this idea before the Gallardo came around. We’re talking about the Lamborghini Cala that somehow prefigured the Gallardo back in 1995, which also showed a more mellow visual approach.
It’s truly rewarding to see the rear apron like this after a day of driving the Huracan over the most diverse of sceneries. From the city and various parking lots we used for shootings, to the open road and the track, this supercar had a lot to offer and we’re feeling pleased with the temporary tattoo here. This also a sign of the supercar's usability, but we'll talk more about this in the review.
Just like Ferrari, Lamborghini relocated the wiper and light controls on the steering wheel, leaving the steering column to only support those majestic-looking paddles. We've said it when testing Prancing Horses and we'll say it again: we're not big fans of the design - since such controls should be in their usual place, due to safety and reflex reasons. The new controls feel inspired from the motorcycle world, as if Ducati would’ve had a say in this.
The greatest promise this 610 horsepower Lamborghini makes is that it is the friendliest proposal in the history of the Raging Bull. A Lamborghini you can drive everyday? That sounds too good to be true. Besides, the answer can't be offered in just one sentence. Thus, we’ll answer that question later on also give you plenty of other Huracan shots in the HD photo gallery of our Lamborghini Huracan review.