What is it?
It's a big one: Lamborghini's replacement for the best-selling car in its history. In over a decade of production, Lambo shifted 14,022 Gallardos, accounting for more than half of all the cars sold in the brands half-century existence. The all-new Huracan, then, has some pretty big boots to fill.
Is it really all-new?
It would be wrong to dismiss this as a refreshed Gallardo. Very wrong. In a marketplace containing the Ferrari 458 and McLaren’s 650S, anything other than a radical refresh of Lamborghini’s V10 formula would have the Huracan entering an automotive battleground severely outgunned.