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I own a 2016 Huracan Spyder AWD and am thinking of buying a 2015 Aventador Spyder AWD. I have had some peopel tell me the shifting of the Huracan is so smooth that I would not enjoy the Aventador. Does anybody have any insight? Thanks in advance.
 

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Single versus Double Clutch, there is a difference. Single clutch is more raw and may take a bit to master to make it smooth with the accelerator pedal. I like it and have learned to drive it well whereby it is smooth but it you are "right foot down" and bang the gears, let just say you know it shifted. Sort of like it given it rawness. Huracan is pretty much soulless in the shifting department.
 

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OP, can you seek out an opportunity to test drive an Aventador? That would be the best approach and give all the information you need to decide. Good Luck!
 
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