Lamborghini Huracan

Although the six-figure price tag makes it basically unobtainable to the vast majority of drivers, we can still drool over its dramatic design and drop our jaws when we learn about its impressive performance credentials. The latter are courtesy of its mid-mounted 602-hp naturally aspirated V-10, which makes truly inspiring sounds and helps both the coupe and convertible version feel like they are launched out of a cannon. Despite its designation as an exotic sports car and the ability to obliterate lap times at the local racetrack, the Huracán is civil enough to be driven every day. However, packing light is a necessity because storage space is at a premium.

 We think the rear-drive Huracán Evo is the most intriguing model, especially with its significant discount and encouragement of tail-out antics. The sheer variety of paint options means the odds are better that few models will look the same, and we’d recommend the added presence that either of the optional 20-inch wheels provide. Inside, we’d go with the Carbon Skin package that makes the cabin look sportier, and we’d choose the more supportive sport seats.

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