When the Huracan was unleashed on the world in 2014, it promptly sold well and got positive reviews because, well, it’s a Lamborghini, and people got excited for a new model. However, the Huracan wasn’t wholly celebrated on its debut. Some, including Richard Hammond on Top Gear, found the styling to be subdued for a Lambo and saw it as a decision made to make the car easier to sell in more significant numbers than the Gallardo. Hammond also lamented that the Huracan wasn’t as outright bonkers in its power delivery and handling as models before and that he adored. Complaints of excessive understeer also came to the fore. This was fixed in 2016 when Lamborghini made some adjustments and said the all-wheel-drive system to “provide a neutral and even more improved driving behavior, particularly in STRADA mode.”
Then there was the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) system, which is an option that varies the steering ratio based on speed, with complaints being leveled that it felt unnatural and even digital. In 2016, the system was updated, and, while track junkies still abhor it, many regular owners now like the system, and it genuinely makes parking easy. However, it was the introduction of the EVO model refresh in 2019 when the Huracan became its best self.