At first glance, the Huracán represents evolution, not revolution, when compared with its predecessor. Low, clean, sharp-edged design combined with all-wheel drive and a V10 engine is a familiar – and winning – formula. But the devil is in the detail. The new Huracán is both lighter and morThe design is simple and pure, with one continuous line taking the eye from the base of the windscreen right through to the tail. Overall, the look is cleaner, sharper and chunkier, with the signature hexagon appearing in various design details, including air intakes. Inside, the cockpit is dominated by a 12.3-inch TFT full-colour instrument panel for all car information, from satellite navigation to revolutions per minute. Fine Nappa leather and Alcantara™ ensure that the interior of the new Huracán will be a very good place to spend a long drive. As with every Lamborghini since the company became part of the Volkswagen Group, the combination of Italian flair and Germanic precision has created a supercar with everyday usability. Official launch is at the Geneva show in March, but at H.R. Owen we’re planning several preview events for customers and guests before then.