Bespoke interior

Inside there’s a pair of bucket seats and a heavily sculpted dashboard with typical Lamborghini DNA, but with less typical build quality which has taken yet another leap forward. Even the switchgear, which was Audi-derived in the Gallardo, looks almost completely bespoke.

The main focus for the cabin is the new 12.3-inch TFT multifunction screen situated in front of the driver and the firm claims the interior can be extensively individualised to customer desires too.

It won’t be cheap of course – the Huracan will cost around 170,000 Euros on the continent – but if you have to ask then you’re already short of the cash to own one.

Read on for the full Lamborghini Huracan review.

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