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'22 R8 Spyder Perf AWD against '22 Huracan Evo Coupe RWD?


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I am aware, I am aware, I am about to begin once again. Although I have a strong affection for my R8, I cannot resist the allure of exploring other options.

Observing my surroundings, I notice the following phenomenon in my vicinity:

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Would you consider transitioning from an all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicle to a rear-wheel drive (RWD) vehicle? Is it possible to go from a Spyder to a Coupe?

Considering it is a Lamborghini, the vehicle has quite little kilometres on it. However, I have a strong affection for my R8! However, owning a Lamborghini would be quite desirable. Kindly provide your views.

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I want to do so, but, the vibrant shade of red that I possess attracts attention in my current location.
Driving a Lamborghini would make me vulnerable to being abducted without detection.

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The automobile is quite pleasant.In addition, I have all the original accessories that were included with the vehicle when it was purchased new. I own a pre-owned 2011 R8 Spyder with a manual gearbox, which I bought brand new.
I have not personally experienced driving the second generation Audi R8, but I anticipate that it would be impressive considering the many similarities shared between both vehicles.
I had always questioned if the Lamborghini is superior... until I placed an order for a new 2022 model.
I own a rear-wheel drive Evolution Lamborghini, and for me, the aesthetic appeal of the car alone justifies its value. Both vehicles possess exceptional visual appeal.
However, the Italian outfit has unique qualities, and it is my belief that all sports vehicles should ideally have rear-wheel drive (RWD).
Best wishes in your endeavours, no matter what path you decide to pursue.

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Excellent viewpoints. The one concern I have is that I would really appreciate insights from an individual who has had a Gen 2 Plus/Performance R8. Due to the smaller difference between the two, the gap between them and a Huracan is much less.

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What is your height? Huracans have a rather compact inside, but if you are shorter than 6 feet, you should find it comfortable. The Huracan Spyder is not suitable for those above 5'10".

Alternatively, the infotainment system varies, the standard exhaust produces a stronger sound on the Huracan compared to its stock counterpart, and in my opinion, the inside of the Huracan seems much poorer and more plastic.

In my opinion, I would only consider getting a Lamborghini Huracan if it were a STO or perhaps a well customised Tecnica, but even then I could still hesitate.

Are you interested in having a spouse who is physically attractive, scoring a 9 out of 10, and is also willing to prepare meals and take care of the children's bathing needs?

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These are the disadvantages I have identified for the Lamborghini:

    Although they are somewhat more costly, the difference between them in terms of both components and performance has been very little after Gen2.
    The Huracan is notably less pleasant to sit in, without any complications or nuances.
    At every vehicle event I go, there is always a large number of Huracans, but I typically find myself as the only owner of a R8. On many occasions, children have strolled by the Huracan to get a glimpse of the R8, since it was their coveted automobile.
    The electronics and interior of the Huracan exhibit a somewhat worse quality.
    Repair costs are higher, unless you choose for a local repair business or do the repair yourself.
    Regarding the street, the performance is almost same. I own a rear-wheel drive (RWD) R8, and I find that the lack of all-wheel drive (AWD) may sometimes cause difficulties with maintaining traction. On the other hand, the steering responsiveness and agility (the vehicle feels more nimble) are superior with a rear-wheel drive (RWD) configuration.
    If you have a preference for the style, then I would recommend choosing the Huracan. That is a subjective choice that can only be determined by you. However, for many individuals, it is difficult to rationalise the additional $100,000 cost for a R8 with an altered exterior design.

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The Huracan for sale that I provided a link to is really attractive. The appearance is quite impressive. Similarly, my R8 does as well.

It's a constant struggle, isn't it? In my opinion, Gen 1 owners have a clear advantage, whereas Gen 2 Plus/Performance owners, as we have already covered extensively, have a more challenging situation.

The R8 places you at the pinnacle of your brand's lineup. You are not with Huracan. That is an additional aspect. I have a low probability of exchanging my R8 for this vehicle, but I may consider inspecting it.

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