The Lamborghini Huracán Evo

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Jack Daugherty, Reporter

When people say power they want power. And when I think of power, I think of speeding down the highway about to top 100 miles per hour. The soft leather steering wheel already molded to your hands, your foot pushing harder and harder onto the gas pedal, with the exhaust roaring. You slow down and park just to admire your new 2021 Lamborghini Huracán Evo.

The Huracán Evo comes with a 5.2-liter V-10  which is naturally aspirated and is  nestled behind the Huracán’s two front seats. The exhaust of the car produces a mean growling sound whenever it revs to its 8500-rpm redline. The engine pushes out 602 horsepower on the rear-drive models. Along with 631 ponies on the all-wheel-drive models. It’s transmission is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic that clicks off shifts on its own volition or with a set of paddle shifters. The all-wheel-drive Evo goes from zero to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, along with clearing the quarter-mile in 10.4 seconds at a top speed of 135 mph. Huracáns with the all-wheel drive benefit from rear-wheel steering that improves agility of the car. It has a predictive system better known as LDVI, that adapts to driver inputs on the go. The downside of the Huracán is that the  steering feedback caused the car to only have its limits fulfilled by pushing the car to its limits.

Now the interior of the car is the best part. Inside, the Huracán shows off its complicated design that boasts a huge variety of technical pieces. Most of them for show, and some for go. The cabin can be customized to your specifications with distinct color choices and different materials options. The supporting seats are separated by a partially floating center console that includes cool toggle switches and an interesting push-button shifter. However for the Huracán, apart from some small door pockets, it has barely any interior  storage. On the plus side there is a front trunk that can hold passenger luggage, but only if you pack light.

While you can buy a normal standard sedan and get a 10-year/100,000-mile warranty. The Lamborghini’s coverage is way shorter because you can then get priceless admiration and the amazed look of  onlookers. The three warranty plans you can get are:

  •  Limited warranty covers three years or unlimited miles
  •  Powertrain warranty covers three years or unlimited miles
  •  No complimentary scheduled maintenance

So overall the Huracán is a great car for a small price of $331,469. This car has very little lows and many many highs. So my personal opinion for you is that once you are older and you have a high paying job just remember if you wanna have a little fun on the roads by a 2021 Lamborghini Huracán Evo.

Photo from caranddriver.com. Taken by Lamborghini.