, 2022-12-14 18:06:45,
It says a lot about supercars in 2022 that the new Huracan Tecnica feels almost in danger of being forgotten already. Partly that’s a situation of Lamborghini’s own making – launching something like the Sterrato so soon after will do that – but it’s also because there’s so much else going on. Maserati has created its first ground-up mid-engined supercar in 50 years, Ferrari sells an 830hp V6 berlinetta and McLaren seems to have delivered near-perfect PHEV supercar we all hoped the Artura might be. Into that mix, the Tecnica brings the same amount of power as an STO (itself only as potent as the old Performante), an aero overhaul and some racy door cards. With the Mad Max version (and its advert) dominating social media feeds, it’s perhaps no surprise that the model already appears to have one foot in the history books.
Which is something of a shame, because as a celebration of all that is wonderful about a Lamborghini there really isn’t anything better. Now more than ever the V10’s howl is there to be savoured – because the only thing that’s better is a Lamborghini V12’s shriek. After all these years the interior still manages to feel special as well, with those giant paddles, a rev counter that extends all the way across the driver’s display (and to 10,000rpm), plus those toggle switches above the portrait screen for some old school supercar cool. Furthermore, despite having been around for so long now and with so many sold – the 20,000th Huracan was…
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