switch allows you to choose three different driving styles. The word means “soul” in Italian, and it does, indeed, change the spirit of the Huracán. “Strada,” for “road,” is the basic setting, providing the least aggressive suspension, throttle and steering responses. “Sport” steps it up a notch for more spirited driving but still with a close eye on safety. “Corsa”, or “race,” is where the Huracán drops all safety nets and expects you to know your way around a racetrack. I find there is a marked difference between the three and I settle on Strada while driving in the city, remembering the slightly concerned look from the Lamborghini executive when discussing use of the Corsa mode in town.
Fast-forward a few weeks and I’m again settled behind the wheel of the Huracán, but this time at Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit, where the 2014 world finals of Lamborghini’s single-make race series, the Super Trofeo Cup, are taking place.
2014 WAS THE GALLARDO’S LAST YEAR REIGNING SUPREME IN THE SUPER TROFEO SERIES, WITH THE HURACÁN RACING VARIANT ( BELOW) JOINING THE CIRCUIT THIS YEAR