What should I be paying?
This is a lot of money for a Huracán. The Performante with the same engine was £207,925 back in 2017. Sure, this one looks even wilder and more dramatic (perhaps too wild and dramatic?), but the price is a big step up (one every other manufacturer of this type of car is demanding, note).
However, this is also likely to be the Huracán’s swansong, perhaps the last roll of the unadulterated V10 before hybridity beckons. The Huracán first appeared in 2014 – it won’t be too long surely before we see what Lambo has planned next.
But that’s a way off. In the meantime it’s worth knowing that in stepping into the track car sphere so confidently to join the likes of McLaren, AMG and Ferrari, Lambo has also adopted their strategy towards options. There’s lots of them. And they’re very expensive. £14,850 for the exterior carbon on this car, a further £9,000 inside. Cruise control is £640, Carplay/Android Auto £2,440 and the sports seats £4,950. This and plenty more took the car you see here north of £350,000. Thinking of putting it on tick? Watch the APR rate because that could make mincemeat of your repayment plans.