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The Parkers Verdict: Lamborghini Huracan EVOShould you buy a Lamborghini Huracan

The increased price moves the Huracan well and truly out of the junior supercar league and into the senior class. In fact, it’s straying close to the McLaren 720S, one of the fastest and most technologically advanced supercars on sale.

Some of its previous drawbacks remain; the driving position doesn’t suit people of all shapes and sizes, the redesigned seats still feel uncomfortable after a significant length of time and the boot is a small 100 litres or so, damaging the Huracan’s credentials as a long-distance tourer for two.

However, it’s a considerable step forward from the older car in terms of its agility and driving fun. It’s more exciting to drive than before, and a closer rival to Ferrari’s 488 and McLaren’s 570 series in that regard. Its charismatic engine remains a USP, and the well-chosen updates have boosted the desirability levels of an already highly charismatic super sports car.

You’d need to be flinty-hearted indeed to drive one and fail to fall for its charms.

Lamborghini Hurancan EVO (2019) rear three-quarter view

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