Upcoming Lamborghini Huracan captured tearing through streets of LA
But before you get up in arms about the lack of policing or the inherent dangers involved in suck reckless behaviour, we must add that it is all in the name of entertainment or the filming of a new advert to be precise.
The upcoming Huracan will replace the best-selling Lamborghini of all time - the Gallardo – and promised an impressive roster of new and improved features.
First up is the overhauled 5.2-litre V10 engine that will now produce 602bhp, so expect a 0-60mph time of just 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 202mph.
The interior has also been revised to feature more exclusive materials, such as Alcantara trim on the seats and door panels. Fighter jet-inspired TFT displays will also replace the traditional analogue dials and the switchgear has been given an attractive aluminium overhaul.
But the downside of all this upgrading is the price tag, which will rocket from the Gallardo's already expensive £139,420 to the utterly ridiculous £180,720.
The £40k price hike will bring the Huracan in line with the Ferrari 458 Italia, a natural nemesis that sells for £169,545 but will regularly rise to the £200k mark as used buyers attempt to skip the waiting list.
The video below gives us a good insight into how the upcoming Huracan's squat stance and flared arches will look in the flesh and it also proves that Lamborghini still creates one of the greatest engine notes in the world.