At Fifty50 we just love our cars, and Lamborghini outdid themselves again with the new Huracan in 2021. The supercar is the next big product after the Gallardo – Lamborghini’s most popular car with more than 14000 sold in 2013. The classic 5.2-liter V10 that sits in the middle of the vehicle is still there and heavily redone

There’s an innovative seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and an all-new chassis made partly of carbon. In 2018, the Huracán Performante won our Top Gear’s Best Driver’s Car competition. And the new Huracan delivers. With so much confidence and control, drivers feel entirely synchronized with the car making the drive perfect. Now all you need as a driver are the best roads to race your supercar.

Lamborghini on the SS 125 Orientale Sarda (Sardinia / Italy)

One of the most popular and best roads to drive your Lamborghini Huracan is SS125 Orientale Sarda. It is paved between the villages Dorgali and Arbatax on Sardinia. The perfect asphalt road brings you through the mountainous curved roads all the way to one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. The country uses granite in its asphalt mix, making the roads as smooth as you could wish.

Lamborghini on Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive in L.A is a classic spot. Known for its make-out locations, car-chase scenes in the movies, and the spectacular views of the city; you can be sure that you will get a drive out of your new Lamborghini without destroying it. Along your journey, you will come across the classic Hollywood sign, see unique houses, and remind yourself why you chose L.A. as a destination. Take a break at the nature parks and breathe in the fresh air. End the trip in San Vincente Mountain Park for the best outcome.

Lamborghini on Susten Pass (Switzerland)

With panoramic views, challenging circuits, and perfect asphalt, the Susten Pass in Switzerland is one of the best driving roads after Sardinia. Found between Wassen in the East and Innertkirchen in the West, you will test out your Lamborghini and see if you can reach the peak of 22600 meters high. And once you are up, you must come down, which is just as fun.

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