• Feb 24th 2014 at 5:02PM
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The Lamborghini Huracán might be one of the most anticipated cars to come out of Sant'Agata since the launch of its predecessor, the Gallardo. While we're stuck waiting to drive the V10-powered, all-wheel-drive Huracán, we can at least play around with the all-new configurator, which has just gone live.

Now, in terms of other online builders, the Huracán's is rather light. Tweakable features are limited to exterior and interior colors, wheel designs, caliper colors and a few other smaller items. There are also no prices listed, although this is hardly unusual for exotic configurators (Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari and Rolls-Royce all leave pricing info off their configurators).

Despite being rather low on stuff to do, designing one's personalized Lamborghini will always remain a pleasant means of whiling away a slow day at work. Hop over to Lamborghini's website and have a look.

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    • 1 Second Ago
      Autoholics Anonymous
      I like the how it looks like a fighter jet on the inside.
      • 1 Year Ago
      This car is the most elegant Lamborghini in many moons. Everyone, check it out in Espresso Brown. It looks beautiful.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I couldn't quite configure one exactly the way I wanted. Welp, guess I won't be getting a Huracan
      • 1 Year Ago
      Stunning appearance...now, how do I get one without selling my body parts?
      • 1 Year Ago
      Shorter looking like the Gallardo, with more of Aventador front end, but flatter across the hood. Reminds me of a cat with its ears lowered, ready to attack. However,to me it feels like Lamborghini is content with this design style, afraid to come up with something unique or against the grain, like the Countach or Miura.
      Andre Neves
      • 1 Year Ago
      HERE I AM... ROCK YOU LIKE A- ahh sorry. That song is going to pop into my head now every time I hear about this car.
      Ron Rowe
      • 1 Year Ago
      reminds me of the lotus esprit concept, especially the wheels
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ring, ring. The Ford Taurus SHO called. It wants its ugly-ass wheels back.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm sorry but for some reason I still prefer the Gallardo, it just looks like they spent more time designing it. Especially the Balboni edition, drool...
      Alexander Stewart
      • 1 Year Ago
      I would do anything for a rich cougar to get me one of these lol.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Why haven't we seen this car in the wild yet?
      • 1 Year Ago
      Interesting that it has a section for "Rims and Brakes" and on the same page they call it "All Wheel Drive". First off, I HATE when people say "Rims"! Rims are only a PART of the wheel. So how can you have a car that's All WHEEL drive if it only comes with Rims. And if it only comes with Rims, how do you drive it? You have to have the whole WHEEL, which includes the rims. Just a pet peeve of mine. Rims sounds like someone whole doesn't know better, they should! As far as the car, it looks like every other Lambo in the past 10 years. Not a bad thing, just not a huge change therefore not a huge wow factor in my opinion. Beautiful though.
        • 1 Year Ago
        Do I understand this correctly: The "rim" came from the bygone era of wheels being cast as two pieces. With the advancement of casting techniques, one-piece aluminium alloy wheels became the norm for higher-end passenger cars, and steelies remained for the low end. The "rim" would have been just the outer piece of the wheel, right? "Alloys" as used in Commonwealth countries also irritates me, but not as much as "rims."
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