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Lamborghini Huracán Evo review

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Published: 22 Jan 2019
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What should I be paying?

The Huracán Evo costs £206,000, and is liable to go deep into the 220s the longer you linger in the Ad Personam bespoke department. Crucially, this moves it into Ferrari 488 GTB/McLaren 720S territory, which is a big ask. Fuel economy and emissions were still being confirmed at the time of writing, but neither will generate much in the way of letters home.

But who cares? Domenicali remains committed to exclusivity, and admits that in his three years in charge part of his mission has been to make Lamborghini less polarising. No longer the bad boys, then.

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