The Lamborghini Huracan STO takes on a C8-generation Chevrolet Corvette C8, a Ferrari 488 and a BMW M5 F90 in a new video from cvdzijden – Supercar Videos.
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Cvdzijden posted a new YouTube video on his channel showcasing some of the cars he saw during his time at Supercar Madness in the Netherlands. The video follows the journey of a couple of Lamborghini Huracan STOs which will race some of the other attendees of the highly prestigious auto show.
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The motor show in motion with insane exhaust noises
Many US auto shows involve the cars being turned off and stationary while attendants can view the vehicles up close and spend time with the car. This is in stark contrast to the Supercar Madness show where attendees can watch supercars and hypercars perform Hotlaps, time attack laps, free practice and a parade. This gives the viewer time to see and hear the car in action. Our video begins with a perfect example. The BMW M5 leads the Huracan to the take-off location where the two cars will merge on the road after a left turn.
The BMW makes great high-rpm noises with subtle sniffles when shifting. The Huracan takes off behind it and starts with a glorious low rumble and quickly turns into a high-revving monster, which we can hear again during the parade at the one-minute mark.
The cackles of the Hurracans
During the main parade, we see all of the silver Lamborghini Huracan STO, like the one Jay Leno drove. We also see a Volkswagen Golf R and E-63 AMG to yet another white Huracan STO. We can hear some of the orchestrated barrage of exhaust noises from the wide range of supercars. The parade turns into a drag race at 1:56 of the video when the white Huracan takes on a chameleon-finished BMW M5 F90.
The BMW seems to come out first from the line with a race that ends almost evenly. These races are not timed and are purely fun and for the pleasure of the drivers and the public. The next race pits the white STO against a C8 Corvette that seems to come off the line faster than the Lambo and beat it pretty clearly.
The hurricane gods look proudly at these Lambos
The two main Huracan protagonists race more cars with a nice winning streak after the C8 loss, including the Mercedes E-63 AMG, which, regardless of the loss, looks absolutely amazing. The end of the video shows two other Huracan STOs that witnessed the road merging event shown to us at the start of the video. A white finish with red accents as well as a fully blacked out one that just sounds a little different like it has an upgraded exhaust. There is no better time to visit the Netherlands!