Lamborghini is one of the smallest supercar makers in the world – and of course, it's owned by one of the biggest car companies on the planet in Volkswagen.
That said, the Italian company is left to its own devices to produce absolute bangers like the Huracan. Based on the same alloy mid-engined platform as the Audi R8, the Huracan debuted down under in 2014 in all-wheel drive guise, packing a 448kW 5.2-litre V10 engine under its rear cover. A rear-wheel drive version followed in 2016, while a spyder convertible debuted in early 2017 the range spans from $532,635 for the Huracan Performante Spyder to $390,000 for the Huracan LP 580-2 (rwd). Wait times for the half-million-dollar Huracan currently stretch out to 12 months.