5. Lamborghini Huracan
It’s not quite the Veneno shocker that Lamborghini dropped on the automotive world at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, but the Huracan is still one awesome exotic. It has some big shoes to fill, acting as the replacement for the popular Gallardo, but one look and we’re confident it should have no problems doing so. The “entry-level” vehicle in Lamborghini’s lineup sports a high-revving V10 engine with 610 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque and will launch with all-wheel drive only. It is unlikely however that the Huracan will go through its life without a rear-wheel-drive variant.
And what a life it should live, considering the Gallardo wasn’t replaced for over a decade. The Italian automaker hasn’t announced pricing yet for the Huracan, but we wouldn’t be one bit surprised if it trumps the Gallardo’s 14,000 units sold over the last 10 years.