While not as high on the priority list for the Lamborghini Huracan as, say, a family hatchback, there are still a number of safety systems installed to keep occupants safe. Highlights include hidden automatic pop-up safety bars, adjustable stability and traction control via the ANIMA switch, carbon-ceramic brakes and a brace of front and side airbags. We don’t expect this car to be crash-tested by Euro NCAP, but we’re confident the motorsport-derived chassis would stand up well in the event of an accident.
The Lamborghini Huracan is a two-seater sports car, so practicality was never going to be particularly high on the agenda here. Even the cup-holders are optional extras. The boot is just about big enough to hold two soft bags, but if this is a concern, it’s probably wise to look elsewhere.