Front clunking while steering wheel on full lock while moving
Maybe this was well known, maybe it is not, but I just want a clarification on whether this is normal for a Huracan LP610-4.
I've always noticed a bit of clunking noise/vibration at the front while the steering wheel is fully locked while moving slowly, like make a turn into a parking space, maneuvering in a parking lot, or even turning into my garage. But never thought too much of it as I've read about the Haldex System on the AWD, and the Ackerman Effect, and I thought those must be the reasons for the clunking.
But a couple of nights ago, I took the Huracan out to dine at a restaurant for a few hours, and it was cold, raining, and the road is wet. When I was making my leave, the clunking was significantly louder and more violent. Which gave me second thoughts on this "normal" operation.
I tested this out today (no rain, mid 60 degrees, dry road) to see if I can replicate the clunking issue. I found that it was only apparent when the front lift is up. Not so much (if any) when the car is lowered.
Should I be worried and get the car checked out?