, 2022-12-29 10:18:45,
Back in 2017, I drove a Raging Bull supercar for the first time. An event for local journalists afforded me the chance to pilot the Aventador S, and a handful of us gleefully muscled a small fleet of them around the circuit at MotorSport Ranch outside of Dallas. On this twisty track with short straightaways, I didn’t have enough room to push it past 100 miles per hour. No matter; I fell hard for the Aventador S, and it keeps a piece of my heart as surely as my first crush.
Fast-forward to 2022, and driving a Huracán Tecnica is then like running into that first crush several years later and your heart skips a beat. It’s a little sleeker and tamer than the Aventador S. Instead of the thundering heart of a midmount 6.5-liter V12, it utilizes a smaller but still ferocious 5.2-liter V10. It’s the venerable Huracán in touring mode, more grown-up sophistication but with a sly wink to its wilder past.
Roaring in fury, the Huracán Tecnica’s naturally aspirated V10 delivers 631 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque, and it skims the ground like a serpent. Driving it in the city requires concentration and focus, with a finger ready to jab the front-axle lift button to raise the car just enough to ride over a pesky speed bump.
Once new acquaintances find out what I do for a living, they inevitably ask one common question: “What’s your favorite car?” Honestly, it might be easier to break it down by favorite sedan (Genesis G90), pickup (Ford F-150 Lightning), sports car (Chevrolet…
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