Car and Driver says
“Pro – Rip-roaring acceleration, response and grip outside the realm of most other cars, a transcendent experience.
Con – It can be hard not to bang off the rev limiter, screaming exhaust note combined with open-topped bodywork means the shy should not apply.”
Like real-life hurricanes, the Huracan family of supercars is awe-inspiring and extremely powerful. An exotic 5.2-liter V-10 mates to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic—a manual option is missing. Horsepower ranges from 572 on rear-drive models and up to 631 on the track-ready, all-wheel-drive Performante. Dramatic styling drips from angular and aerodynamic exteriors to technical and luxurious cockpits. The sexy Spyder convertible increases the emotional response even further.
- Lifting System + ($6,900)
- Style Package ($3,400)
- Forged Loge 20″ Wheels ($5,600)
- Verde Mantis Pearl Effect ($4,900)
- Dark Chrome + Forged ($2,800)