Otherworldly V10 engine Unflappable dual-clutch gearbox Stability at speed
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Awkward interior ergonomics Brake calibration for road use A touch heavier than it should be
Performante has 20in forged rims that retain five bolts, although single centre-lock wheels are an option. Pirelli P Zero Corsas are standard, with trackfocused Trofeo R tyres (fitted) optional.
New exhaust system is mounted high and close to the engine to limit the distance exhausts gases travel before they escape. This also makes it loud and requires large cooling vents above it.
Cross-braces above the engine add stiffness, as they do in a regular Huracán, but the bronze cam covers denote something special. Oddly, the engine doesn’t quite sit centrally.
Front splitter doesn’t jut out a lot more than a regular Huracán’s, but it has the Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA) logo so you’ll know that it’s the real deal in terms of active aero.
Long, low front overhang looks easily bashable, so choose the optional nose lift. Passive dampers are optional, with magnetorheological ones an option.
The two ALA ducts are joined to the rear wing’s inner channels and control whether air goes through the wing or into it, reducing drag (and downforce).
Brakes are carbon-ceramic units, six-piston at the front and four at the rear, tweaked but not resized for the Performante.
Rear spoiler is one of the elements constructed from chopped carbonfibre, which gives an intriguing finish.