A car expert and enthusiast reviewed the Lamborghini Huracan on his YouTube channel and had a lot of fun and great things to say about the car. One of the fun things mentioned were the quirks and uniqueness that just makes the car simply desirable.
About The Car
The Lamborghini Huracan or "hurricane" for English first debuted in the 2014 Geneva Auto and was released in the second quarter of 2014. This beautiful beast features a horsepower of 610 and a 4 wheel drive. It was even labeled as "The Supercar of the Year 2014" by a respected car magazine named Top Gear.
The Hexagonal Features
According to the video source, one of the first things that most people will not notice right away when laying their eyes on the beautiful beast for the first time are its "hexagonal" features. Yes, in close inspection, you will notice that it is filled with 6-sided shapes. Just to name a few, its door handles (inside and out), wheels, AC vents, cover for the start or stop button, front grill, rear grill, air bag corners, rear camera placement, and more.
The Shifting Into Reverse
The next unique feature is how you will shift the Lamborghini into a reverse. To do this, you will have to actually pull a lever located on the right side. It will make you feel like piloting a fighter jet to get more altitude and speed.
Starting With Style
Just like how stylish it is in putting the Lamborghini Huracan into reverse, starting it is also does not disappoint. Well, for other Lamborghini models, drivers had to lift the cover of the start button and press it to hear the engine come to life. But for the Huracan, you can either lift the cover switch or just simply press it through the switch.
How? Well, remember the "hexagonal" features? Yeah, the car features an open hexagon cover that you can just press it directly. But hey, whichever way you prefer to start it, it doesn't matter, because the Huracan itself is a perfection of beauty and style.
The Quick Signal And Windshield Wiper Controls
Everyone loves a Lamborghini. However, not everyone is built the same in terms of sizes. A good example is tall people banging their knees on the handles on the steering column.
For the Huracan, there are no such things, because all those protruding handles are located on the steering wheel as little buttons. So when you're driving down the road, you can just automatically switch on the turn signal or wash your window without having to lift your hands from the steering wheel. It is even a big plus for people who are really focused and hate to be bothered when driving on the fast lane.
The Front Axle Lifter Button
Do you know the feeling you don't want your car to get even a single scratch, especially if it is a $250,000 Lamborghini? Well, the Huracan has a front axle lifter button that can lift itself up to clear any low obstacles that it might encounter. Of course, when you flip the switch down, the Huracan goes right back to its original state.
The Backward Power Window Switch
This is not really a notable feature, but it is kind unique in its own way. For most cars, pushing the power window switch up makes the windows go up, right? In the case of the Huracan, it is the other way around. Push it up, the windows go down. Push it the other way, it goes up.
The Gauge Cluster
One of the many things that can really catch the interest of anyone is its LCD map located on the gauge cluster. The LCD map shows you exactly where you are located in the world. It is just so cool that you feel like you're driving a fantasy car from the future.