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Lamborghini Huracán Evo review

Published: 22 Jan 2019


What is it like on the inside?

More integration. Lamborghini’s brand reinvention aims to seduce new buyers (70 per cent of Urus owners are conquest), while appealing to its surprisingly youthful customer base. Although there must surely be one definitive way of serving it all up, the Huracán Evo features the sort of striking cabin connectivity that makes the Murcielago, God rest its soul, look about as contemporary as Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Star of the show is a new 8.4in capacitive touchscreen, which dominates the centre console. It’s preferable to the MMI in the Urus, with fantastic bespoke graphics, multi-finger gesture control (two swipes up or down for the volume), and a full read-out for the LDVI. Head-up display isn’t available because the extreme rake of the car’s windscreen doesn’t allow it. Dual camera telemetry is an option, as are a seemingly endless array of interior materials and fabrics. The air vents and doors can be finished in a carbon composite look, or in Lamborghini’s faintly creepy-sounding carbon skin. Although the car’s visual reworking is nuanced, Lamborghini’s head of design Mitja Borkert confirms that increasing the scope for personalisation was part of the process. "Other car makers are known for a single colour," he says. "But Lamborghini is about every colour." 

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Including a new yellow-infused orange called Arancia Xanto. Which sounds like a character from the MCU.

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