Huracán makes extensive use of lightweight materials, including aluminium and carbon fibre, to achieve a reduction in dry kerbweight to 1,422 kg, around 30kg less than the equivalent Gallardo. At the same time it’s significantly stiffer, which aids both purity of feedback and refinement. The new 5.2 litre V10 engine delivers a maximum power of 448 kW / 610 HP at 8,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 560 Nm at 6,500 rpm and drives through an all-new 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox to all four wheels. A combination of both direct and indirect injection as well as stop/start technology delivers more performance from less fuel, along with CO2 emissions of 290 g/km. The Huracán blasts from 0-62mph in just 3.2 seconds, with a top speed (you do have a private track, don’t you?) of 200mph. The driver can also select between Strada, Sport and Corsa settings via a ‘driving dynamics selector switch’ on the steering wheel (just don’t call it a mannetino). The ‘Lamborghini Dynamic Steering’ variable steering ratio system and magneto-rheologic suspension damper control are both available as options.