2015 Lamborghini Huracan Video Road Test
The Huracán is even sort of pleasant to live with every day. It's a shock to slide easily into its deeply bolstered driver's seat, and long drives in Strada mode are as effortless as they can be.
But the Huracán is wide and it is low. Passing on narrow roads can be nerve-wracking. There's barely room inside for a passenger and an iPhone. Backing into a parking spot, or doing a U-turn? Don't. Just...don't. That's the price you pay for the low-slung supercar lifestyle.
After a few hours, I found the end of my road with the Huracán. It played mountain passes like a greatest-hits package, all with high fidelity. It's truly fun and rewarding to drive, even if you don't have a nearby track and an all-access pass.
The price you'll pay? About a quarter of a million dollars, and that's before you pick and choose your own colors and trim.
Is it worth it? We'll leave that to your bank account, and to the numbers of points you have left on your driver's license.