The Lamborghini Huracan is one of the most exciting supercars in the world, taking its power from a suitably dramatic 5.2-litre V10 engine with not a turbocharger in sight.
But previously it's left us wanting a little more in the dynamic department, compared to, say, the Ferrari 488 Pista and McLaren 720S. Now, though, the latest ‘Evo’ version receives a raft of welcome revisions, and in this new rear-wheel drive format it should be more spectacular than any other Huracan so far.
Its 602bhp output makes it less powerful than the full-fat four-wheel-drive Huracan - the 0-62mph sprint takes 0.4secs longer than the standard car’s 2.9sec - but it'll still top out at an impressive 202mph.
So, it's attractive to look at and sounds great on paper, but what's it like on the road? Join us as we put the Huracan Evo RWD through its paces on UK tarmac.