2015 Lamborghini Huracan: Review

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Many of the controls are located on the steering wheel, including a unique turn-signal switch — rather than the typical stalk, a switch on the left side of the wheel activates the turn signals. At the bottom of the wheel, easily found with a bright red switch is what Lamborghini calls the ANIMA – “Adaptive Network Intelligent Management. (ANIMA also means soul in Italian.) The ANIMA switch adjusts the Huracan’s dynamic drive modes and can be set to Strada for everyday driving, Sport for more spirited driving or Corsa for a day at the track. Each setting affects the throttle valves, exhaust note, transmission, all-wheel drive, stability control and suspension to set up the car properly for the mode chosen.

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