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Lamborghini is promising "easy to drive road behavior" in the new Huracán, something that isn't exactly true of the current models. This car will have a new dual-clutch seven-speed transmission that should provide smoother shifts than the purely race-oriented transmissions in Lamborghini's current cars.

Like the Aventador, Lamborghini's higher-end car, the Huracán will have a fully configurable screen-based instrument panel. To save weight, the body is made from a combination of carbon fiber and aluminum.

December 20 2013 03:32 AM ET