Is the Lamborghini Huracan Too User-Friendly?

Review

The supercar's back end just doesn't want to wiggle.

Having burst onto the scene at Geneva, the reviews and critiques of the stunning Lamborghini Huracan are starting to come in. Autocar’s Steve Sutcliffe is the latest to take the Gallardo replacement for a run on the streets, and while he revels in its sweet-sounding V10 and exquisite good looks, does have one pretty big gripe. The all-wheel-drive Huracan, even with all the safety features turned off, is impossible to chuck around.

Try as he might, Sutcliffe can’t get the back out. He’ll be happy to know then, that Lamborghini has a RWD Huracan in its thoughts.

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