#pslreview Last summer Lamborghini almost forced me to buy the #huracanperformante so they wanted me to test drive it for a weekend. I told them that I wasn’t going to buy it even if they lent it to me and that they were wasting their time. After just few hours driving it I immediately called them to buy one! This is the most agile car I have ever driven, more than anything else. When you go into a bend you have to immediately straighten the steering wheel because she already did the turn. The sound is incredible, in Corsa the valves totally open so also while going out for dinner in traffic, you feel like you are driving a race car. It’s incredibly fast, thanks to the torque and the gear ratio you always have power, thanks to the big amount of traction you can (almost) always push without spinning. It’s easy, maybe the easiest car I’ve driven, it’s like playing a videogame, accelerating, breaking, turning, it does everything under control. But she is not perfect. Unfortunately. The brakes🤦♂️ On the road they are perfect. On track I didn’t love them. I drove at Monza and Mugello and going fast they work well although when you start pushing close to the limit the car brakes without any problem but the pedal starts to react in a bad way, every time you brake hard you feel it responding in different ways. So, approaching a turn at 290km/h and seeing your wife’s face in the mirror reminding you that she is waiting for you at home with your lovely daughter, it’s not the best feeling to get a spongy brake pedal. (No there wasn’t air in the system). Then after 30 laps, that could seem a lot but it isn’t compared to Porsche and Ferrari, you finish the front brake pads and you have to spend more or less 1k euro to replace them. 1k euro for Monza, 1k euro for Mugello then I decided to stop using it at the track. My review is, very impressive car and with it Lamborghini started to play the game with Ferrari and Porsche. But if you want to
🔴🔥Lamborghini Huracán Performante🔥🔴 The Huracán Performante underwent various exterior changes with the most noticeable being the front and rear bumpers. Carbon fibre is used for the bumpers and the side skirts. An adjustable carbon fibre rear wing has been added to increase downforce. The position of the exhaust has also been changed, just a bit above the rear diffuser. The interior has also underwent changes, now sporting new seats and a new digital speedometer. The Performante's 5.2-liter V10 has been tuned to produce 631 hp (471 kW; 640 PS) at 8000 rpm and 443 lb⋅ft (601 N⋅m) of torque at 6500 rpm. The weight has also decreased by 40 kg (88 lb), thanks to the forged aluminium and forged carbon fibre body components.