The Courier-Mail - Motoring - - Prestige -

PRICE A $378,000 tag is still big, but it com­fort­ably un­der­cuts the all-wheel drive model. All the good stuff sur­vives, apart from car­bon-ce­ramic brakes. TECH­NOL­OGY Lam­borgh­ini has no plan to fol­low Fer­rari down the tur­bocharger road, re­ly­ing on large-ca­pac­ity V10s and V12s to make big power. It has multi-mode driv­ing sys­tems and trick sta­bil­ity con­trol set­tings to free the per­for­mance in safety. PER­FOR­MANCE A 3.4-sec­ond blast to 100km/h and top speed of 320km/h say it all. DRIV­ING The 580-2 is the driver’s car in the Huracan lineup, pared back and sharp­ened in a way that will re­ward peo­ple who en­joy cor­ners more than straight-line blasts. DE­SIGN Noth­ing on the road has the vis­ual im­pact of a Lam­borgh­ini and it looks very spe­cial in Kermit green.

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