Used 2019 Lamborghini Huracan Convertible
Which Huracan does Edmunds recommend?
There are quite a few Huracans to choose from, all with slightly different power levels and features. But our choice remains the base Huracan LP 580-2 coupe. Of course, there are some options we think would be good to add, such as the nose lift and adjustable suspension to help get you up and over driveways and the ability to tailor your ride over varying types of terrain. And don't forget the navigation and smartphone interface for Apple CarPlay connectivity.
Edmunds' Expert Review
- Outlandish performance and handling
- Dramatic Italian style inside and out
- Non-turbo engine soundtrack to die for
- Not a whole lot of space to store anything
- Not particularly easy to see out the back
- Getting in or out is a graceless endeavor
- No significant changes for 2019
- Part of the first Huracan generation introduced for 2014
Blazing acceleration, powerful brakes and sharp handling are what you can expect. Yet it's also surprisingly predictable when driven in a spirited manner. The non-turbocharged engine makes for spectacular acoustics.
With the Huracan's low height and taut suspension, everyday use isn't exactly its forte. It's loud whether you want it to be or not. At least the seats are supportive.
It helps to be flexible when getting in or out. The driving position is close to ideal and offers a low cowl for a good view out of the front, though it's not easy to see over your shoulder. It's not an especially spacious car.
Cargo space is limited in the front trunk, so pack lightly. Cabin storage is at a premium, too, with a small cubby under the console and modest door pockets.
The Huracan lacks in this department. Smartphone connectivity, navigation and even Bluetooth are optional. There's no central touchscreen, so Lamborghini uses the gauge cluster display for maps and other data.
Features & Specs
Our experts like the Huracan models:
- All-Wheel-Drive System
- Provides additional traction and stability over the rear-wheel-drive model.
- Rearview Camera and Parking Sensors
- Alerts the driver to objects in front of and behind the car when parking and provides a view from the rear bumper.
- Carbon-Ceramic Brake Discs
- Reduces brake fade in heavy use, such as when you're driving on a racetrack.