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Please Boys and Girls watch this review....https://youtu.be/1LHKXrgj87o..
This guy really talked bad about lambo H.
Please owners of huracan evo let us know your comments...on the reviewer
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I skipped through it a bit but a few things stood out

Why is he comparing it to an F8? Very diff price points

Seats arent comfortable after 8 hours? Okay maybe not...and not trying to be offensive in any way but maybe they don't fit him?

Probably going out of his way to be critical to generate views. I am sure every other reviewer is wrong
 

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This guy doesn’t get what makes the Evo special, and it’s really not the right car for him... different strokes for different folks! Yes, the interior and ergonomics is a let down for car of this price range, but us buyers tolerate that because of how the car drives, sounds, and looks. Comparing this to R8 based on shared parts and specs is a joke… go drive them and see how different they are.
 

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The reviewer is complaining about the 10-Cylinder engine symphony or "noise" as he puts it and doesn't understand why the EVO hasn't been fitted with a GPF to quiet it down. The EVO engine note is the soul of the EVO and should not be tampered with or diminished and certainly not with the dreaded GPF. He was overly critical and off the mark on pretty much everything except that infotainment screen which desperately needs steering wheel controls and possibly a physical knob to control volume to make it more user friendly.
I had a 2019 580-2 and the EVO is better in nearly every way with the one exception mentioned above.
 

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He seems almost purposefully contrarian. I watched his F8 review and he had a lot of issues with that car too.

In the latter half of the video he does praise it, but then says he prefers strada ... Who gets a supercar to drive around in comfort mode???
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A couple thoughts from a non owner as myself...a volume control is needed other then swiping your fingers
on the screen.
And why not just give the customer cruise control ...not that i would use it.
But 900 dollars is stupid.
And i don’t understand the reviewers licking of the balls of the ferrari f8...that car is just spin off the 458.
Dont get me wrong 458 is a nice car.
 

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I guess in the reviewer’s opinion the EVO is "noisy", and if that's the case, then maybe Tesla would be right for him. I have no problem with people that are critical of the EVO, if and only if they are expressing their honest opinion. Too often I hear these YouTubers review every car they drive as incredible, amazing, and fantastic. On the flip side, did this reviewer have an axe to grind or did he get money from a competitor to be overly harsh? I guess we will never know so that leaves us to experience these cars for ourselves and make our own judgments, and relegating these YouTube videos, for the most part, to pure entertainment.
 

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A couple thoughts from a non owner as myself...a volume control is needed other then swiping your fingers
on the screen.
And why not just give the customer cruise control ...not that i would use it.
But 900 dollars is stupid.
Agree X2 but one of the most critical deficiencies of the Huracan/EVO is not having Lane Change Assist. The Huracan is a car with poor visibility in general, and with the lateral visibility, in particular, it is dismal and potentially dangerous.
 

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^^Don’t know how much wheel time you have with the Huracan but it gives new meaning to “blindspot”. Hope you never find out the hard way. ;)
 
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Albert i have no time in AH ....but i drive trucks everyday so i use mirrors all time ....so i know what you mean blind spots.
 

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Albert i have no time in AH ....but i drive trucks everyday so i use mirrors all time ....so i know what you mean blind spots.
The Huracan has colossally bad visibility as you will soon find................there was one time I was needing to turn left and enter a two lane street and normally I use the passenger side window of the Huracan to see if there is oncoming traffic but what happened is I was at such an angle with the Huracan I could not see the oncoming left lane traffic at all. So, I was stuck, I could either backup and use my passenger side window or open the drivers door step out and look over the car roof. Fortunately, there was no one behind me and I was able to back up a couple of feet to look out the passenger window to regain a view of the oncoming traffic in the left lane. That has never happened to me in all the years I have been driving and was more than a little unnerving.
 

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Agree X2 but one of the most critical deficiencies of the Huracan/EVO is not having Lane Change Assist. The Huracan is a car with poor visibility in general, and with the lateral visibility, in particular, it is dismal and potentially dangerous.

Is it possible to source aspheric "euro style" side view mirrors for the Huracan? Maybe from a european lambo dealer assuming they actually make it?
They are curved so that you can eliminate the blind spot unlike the US mandated flat mirrors.

I've heard of Ferrari and Porsche owners doing it but haven't seen any mention of it on any lamborghini website.

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@Lambo2018 I hope my two cents can help. My car has big blind spots as well, but I've been able to mitigate them by changing the way I use my mirrors.
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My rearview is pretty standard. Just used to see the rear of the car and nothing else.
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My driver's is the most different. As mentioned above, the leftmost side is angled differently to show more of the road to my side. It was stock for my car, but I'm sure this can be done when your Evo comes in. Most noticeably though, none of my car is visible to me in this mirror, so it shows more of what's to my side and almost eliminates the blind spot. The only way something could get through the blind spot is if it's small enough, like a motorcycle or SmartCar, but I still look to my side through the window to eliminate that risk.
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Last is the passenger mirror. Same as driver's, the car isn't in view so that I can see more of the road. This way, driver's shows me a big angle to my left, passenger's shows a big angle to the right, rearview shows exactly what's behind.
 
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