It was a bold decision by Lamborghini, several years ago, to leave out a central infotainment display screen on the Huracán and try to squeeze almost every bit of information needed by the driver onto a 12.3in digital instrument display.
These days, you’d say other brands have managed the feat better and you do miss a conventional central display screen here. That’s mostly because the navigation mapping and system menus can be displayed at only small scale next to an analoguestyle rev counter on the instrument screen, making them hard to read.
Lamborghini charges extra for a Sensonum premium audio system, which our car had. It sounded fine, although we spent much longer listening to the car’s 10-cylinder 90deg mid-mounted soundtrack.
Navigation with Apple Carplay also costs extra (£3120) but it’s well worth paying for because, with your iphone plugged in, Apple’s navigation mapping is given almost the whole of the car’s instrument screen to spread out over and is much more readable than the factory set-up.