The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan just made its debut, and it is already gaining a great deal of attention. Like other Huracan models from Lamborghini, this one is awe-inspiring and ready to impress. Now that automotive experts have gotten the chance to get behind the wheel and take the Huracan for a spin, there is no shortage of information regarding the vehicle, including what it is like to drive. Reviews are coming in raving about how easy it is to handle, how well it corners, and the elegant feel of the interior.
The Huracan uses a 5.2-liter V10 engine that works with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, making shifting through gears easy. Many enthusiasts wish that there were a manual option available, but Lamborghini does not offer one. Rear-wheel-drive models deliver 572 horsepower while the track-ready Performante version, which has all-wheel drive, delivers 631 horsepower. This kind of power needs a delicate hand, so be prepared if it’s your first time behind the wheel of a sports car of this caliber.
On the Huracan Evo, the output is also 631 horsepower. The Evo comes standard with magnetorheological dampers as well as variable-ratio steering, both of which were previously optional. This version can also reach 202 mph, giving drivers all the thrills they need. It’s important to carefully consider driving abilities when taking a car of this caliber out for a spin. In the Nardo Ring 5-mile test course, the Evo finishes 3.0 seconds quicker than the Huracan coupe base model thanks to Dynamic Vehicle Integration, which is a fully-integrated vehicle dynamics control system.
The styling of the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan is all about style and performance with a heavy dose of aerodynamics. The exterior is angular without sacrificing its aerodynamic nature. With the Spyder convertible, there is an even greater emotional response.
In terms of styling, the Huracan Evo, which is essentially the mid-cycle refresh, is very similar to the other Huracans. Like other Huracans, this one has clear influences from stealth fighters, but the Evo gets an integrated small wing by the rear decklid plus a front chin spoiler. The exhaust pipes are in the middle section of the rear fascia, which looks racier and provides enough space for the rear diffuser. Compared to the Huracan coupe, the Huracan Evo has six times the aerodynamic efficiency as well as seven times the downforce. These features combine to give you a vehicle that is even more agile and equipped for high speeds, handling even the windiest of roads.
Infotainment and Technology
Instead of the old infotainment system that was based on Audi’s, the infotainment system in the latest Huracan is all-new and exclusive to Lamborghini. This system uses an 8.4-inch touchscreen that is vertically oriented. It includes streaming web radio, multitouch shortcuts, and Apple CarPlay. Android Auto support is also in the works. This screen is also where you view the two-camera telemetry system on the Huracan Evo. This system logs video and data to analyze your track laps.