The Tecnica pulled up completed in a comparatively understated Blu Notte paint job over 20-inch black wheels. Restrained for a Huracán, to say the least, however the shade turns barely luminescent in the best lighting—attributable to a “Pearl Impact” choice on the window sticker that provides a wholesome $14,000 to the beginning $239,000 price ticket. That shade and end contribute a minimum of a portion to the ultimate complete of $323,995. Yep, that is nearly $85,000 in choices, however c’est la Lambo vie.
In some unspecified time in the future through the course of the mortgage, I wanted to face my fears of pushing such an costly automobile to the bounds exterior of the managed surroundings at The Thermal Membership. So why not get the job over with, I figured, with a fast run as much as the hills of Malibu for an early morning session within the rising daylight? A couple of minutes of visitors on the Pacific Coast Freeway revealed how nicely the Tecnica takes on common roads, however as soon as we hit the tight turns within the hills, this Huracán appeared extra like I might introduced the proverbial bazooka to a knife combat.
Within the Tecnica, that 5.2-liter V10 pumps out 640 horsepower DIN (or 631hp SAE) and 443 lb-ft of torque, all despatched to the rear wheels to focus on the mid-engined chassis stability and cut back weight for on-track efficiency. However all of the stats on paper— a seven-speed dual-clutch transaxle, a curb weight of solely 3,040 kilos, and enhancements to each downforce (35%) and diminished drag (20%) in comparison with an Evo—go proper out the (slender) home windows instantly as soon as I change over to Sport mode utilizing the steering wheel button.