1. Lamborghini Huracan indicator switch
If you had to sum up a Huracan in a sentence, you could do worse than ‘an Audi R8 made pointier and more impractical in every single way’. The Lambo takes the same ingredients and mixes in worse visibility, a less user-friendly cabin, and because of its fighter jet looks, approximately eighty per cent more cameraphones are trained on your every move.
And yet, on the steering wheel, there’s a feature Audi didn’t bother with that makes the baby Lambo a bit easier in town. The little switch on the left of the steering wheel replaces a traditional indicator stalk. It feels so material to flick it this way and that, barely moving your hand, compared to the Victorian-era faff of a stalk behind the steering wheel. Like Ferrari’s separate indicator buttons, it’s an acquired taste, but once you’ve mastered it, feels perfectly natural.