Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. 

To fully understand its awesomeness, let’s break it down in reverse.  The 4 is for all-wheel-drive.  The 610 refers to the amount of horsepower that screams out of its 5.2-liter V10.  The LP, with all apologies to every Italian I’ve ever met, stands for “lotsa performance”, and of course the Huracan part refers to the storm that brews instantly in your gut when you nail the throttle on this physics altering machine.  0-60 sprints take all of 3.2-seconds.The chiseled styling, mid-mounted V10, and all-wheel-drive follow the traditional Lamborghini formula.  What’s different is a lot more electronics, more refinement to the interior, and a sweet TFT virtual gauge panel.  Of course none of that means anything if it doesn’t perform, and rest assured, this Lambo deserves a place among the supercar elite.  It’s got a super nailed-down feel, steering is quick, feedback telepathic, and of course an insane amount of grip.

The Huracan looks to take over where the Gallardo leaves off with even more sales, as the new entry-level Lambo.  That’s all from our First Drive in Spain, but we’ll have lots more soon on MotorWeek!