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This Is How Lamborghini Huracan Was Designed

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You have to be either blind or a colossal bore not to like the looks of the new Lamborghini Huracan. Still, there are those who say the car could look more exciting. They argue that Lamborghinis must be excessively flamboyant, and the Huracan just isn’t.  Lamborghini of course has an answer to these complaints.

They got Filippo Perini, Head of Design at Automobili Lamborghini to sit down and explain to people that the Huracan features an evolutionary design. They had to maintain the iconic profile of the Gallardo, while introducing new features to it. And those features had to be inspired by the Aventador, because that car defines Lamborghini’s corporate look.

Whether you like the design of Lamborghini Huracan or not, you are definitely not going to care one bit about it as soon as you get inside, fire up the 610 horsepower V10 engine by flipping up a red ignition switch cover, engage the first cog in the new 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, choose Sport mode via a cool selector on the bottom of the steering wheel, and put your foot down.

The swell sensation of being pushed into the seat as the car catapults from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds won’t let you get distracted by small details – like why the headlights are so small, or why the rear-end looks like it’s been designed by an 8-year-old.

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