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.