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The Top Gear car review:Lamborghini Huracan
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
The cabin is theatrical, dramatic and laden with both jet-inspired functionality and Audi-donated quality. There’s no central screen, instead all functions are dealt with on the main display behind the steering wheel. There’s no traditional gearlever either, while the Anima button on the wheel allows you to toggle through the various Strada/Sport/Corsa options.
The driving position is good, the view out through the narrow window less so, but very emotive. It’s a Lambo - it shouldn’t be easy to see out of. You have to open the door to reverse a Miura; at least this has fancy sensors and cameras to help.