The front fascia is dominated by the wide honeycomb mesh grille wrapped around the air-dam. The twin barrel LED projector headlamps get LED DRL signatures.
As you move on to the side, the 21-inch low profile alloys, the hunkered stance and the creases and cuts give it the signature Lamborghini profile.
The interior is plush with power adjustable leather seats which get the raging bull logo embossed on the headrests. The interior exudes Lamborghini’s ideology of function over form.
The dashboard is also upholstered with leather and gets a Lamborghini badge on the passenger side. The centre console switches have been built like aircraft toggle switches.
Behind the steering wheel sits a 12.3-inch TFT screen for the instrument cluster reading out all the required information for the driver.
The rear is again typical Lamborghini – functional and aggressive with the beautiful LED tail lamps sitting above the loud twin-pod dual exhausts.
The naturally aspirated 610bhp V10 petrol engine gets ‘cylinder on demand’ and ‘stop-start’ technology. The electronically controlled four-wheel-drive ensures grip in every situation.
The convertible roof can be pulled down in 17 seconds. But, we suggest you to keep it up if you are planning to take the Huracan to its top speed of 324kmph.
The supercar from Sant'Agata has been built to succeed Lamborghini’s most successful convertible - the Gallardo Spyder and goes from zero to 100kmph in 3.4 seconds only.