You are here

Lamborghini Huracan

Overall verdict

The Top Gear car review:Lamborghini Huracan



Running costs and reliability

Lamborghini Huracan rear quarter

Lambo may be under Audi’s wing, but that’s not to say costs have been brought in line. This is still a mighty costly car to buy and run – over £200,000 with a few options added and fuel economy likely to hover in the late teens at best. Probably the least of your worries if you’re minted enough to buy one new. A lack of Porsche 911-like practicality is also unlikely to be of great concern; there’s not much showboating value to be had in Tesco’s car park. 

Lamborghini Huracan cars we've tested

Here are all the road tests from the Huracan range

Continue: Our verdict
Back to: On the inside