When it comes to performance driving, “progress” isn’t always a good thing. Sure, progress gave us 800-horsepower family sedans and telemetry-rich infotainment systems, but it’s also responsible for the steady rise in vehicle curb weights, emotionless turbocharged engines, and safety nets that are quick to scold any potential indiscretion.
Fortunately, the 2020 Lamborghini Huracán Evo RWD has the antidote to each of those issues.
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