Space & practicality

Lamborghini Huracan review

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Lamborghini Huracan
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25 Sep 2017 07:54 | Last updated: 21 Aug 2018 13:07

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Space & practicality

How it copes with people and clutter

Clearly, practicality isn't going to be the priority for anyone buying a Lamborghini, but it’s good to know that tall drivers will be able to fit in the Hurracán. Mind you, head room isn't overly generous, so if you're long in the body, you'll need to be careful when getting in and out to avoid messing up your hairdo.

Otherwise, there’s a small glovebox and one cupholder, which pops out of the dashboard. The boot is a small but fairly deep cubby in the nose of the car, which will take a couple of soft weekend bags at a push. There’s no other luggage space (such as the rear shelf that you get in an Audi R8) behind the seats.

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Performante
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