Autocar - - ROAD TEST -

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.

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