The Time I Got to Sit in a Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD
The Cool Story on how I was fortunate to sit in a Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Coupe at O'Gara Coach San Diego Exotic Car Dealer.
Here's the full story on how I got to sit in a Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Coupe. I've gotten to sit in better things, such as a 600LT, but it was overall a great day on Saturday, 5/8/2021.
My uncle and my dad were going to fix something in my uncle's old home in La Jolla, California which is expensive area of San Diego. Since they were going to go do that, they dropped me off by myself at O'Gara Coach San Diego/La Jolla. I didn't have too much storage, but I did get some cool cars on camera. I stood outside for 2-3 hours carspotting, and a saw a Huracan Performante. Then my camera storage died :(
Image Credits to LinkedIN
During that 2-3 hours of carspotting, I took some photos of the cars in the dealer, they had a Centenario, Sian, 2x SVJs, DBS TAG HEUER 1/50, 620R (1/350) and a bunch of other stuff. I have posted my spots so you can go check my profile, I've recently posted them. If you don't see them on my profile, they are linked below.
Anyways, it was a nice warm day in La Jolla at around 10:45 am when I started carspotting. I had already noticed the best spotting times in La Jolla during the summer, when I never started carspotting yet. I've seen a Portofino M, R8 V10, Huracan EVO, Novitec California, and much more at that time. I knew the carspotting conditions were almost perfect.
First, I took some dealer photos, and started carspotting. Best spots when I had video camera was a Huracan Performante Spyder, AMR Vantage and Lamborghini Urus.
Lamborghini Sian they had
Centenario they had.
Paris Blue 720s Spider. Beautiful spec.
Dealer Spots: They look so good in daytime than at night!
Loud and Great Sounding V10 Huracan Performante Spyder that passed. Cool owner.
Anyways, a few minutes after the Performante Spyder passed, there was a Singer RSR (Also when the phone ran out of storage). At least at that time I thought it was. It had a very nice Miami Blue paint, and was parked there in front of the Lamborghini showroom.
Image Credits to Motor Authority
One difference was that it was labeled Carrera on the side. Anyways, there was an employee who was just about to go and drive his Huracan EVO RWD but saw the Singer outside, so he decided to go over and take some pictures. He said that it was an RSR, and that it was really rare. It definitely did not look like a Porsche RSR, more like a Singer. However, the paint and Carrera badging definitely looked like a Porsche RSR. It seemed like he wasn't in much of a hurry, so he asked if I wanted to sit in his Lamborghini Huracan EVO that was parked there with the door open.
The car was in Nero Helene and a Rosso Alala interior. The engine was still on, so I could still hear the V10. The radio was also on, but the V10 sound filled the car. We talked about some car related stuff for around 5 minutes. Then he said he had to leave.
A fun fact was just 5 months ago in December, I got to sit in a McLaren 600LT a couple of feet away.
After standing next to Singer with no storage left, (It was my mom's phone, I did not know the password), a Lamborghini Aventador 50th Anniversario Roadster passed by. I didn't have much to do, so I decided to go check out a Huracan EVO RWD Spyder in white that was parked outside the McLaren showroom.
After a few minutes, the owners of the Singer went into the Lamborghini showroom, to check out the SVJ Roadster. They also took a look at the Sian and Centenario.
After around 10 minutes, the Singer owner left the showroom and I asked him about the car. He said it wasn't his car and it was a handbuilt replica Porsche 911. He said that many people mistaked it for a Singer. The Singer soon started up (it was loud) and drove away. Even though it wasn't an actual Singer, it looked so nice.
Then, after a several minutes, the same guy went over to the McLaren dealer to drive the Huracan EVO Spyder back. At that time, there was only one customer left and they weren't busy. Since the guy was going to open the door to the Lamborghini Showroom anyways, he said I could go inside and check out the cars. As I said before, I ran out of storage so I didn't take any pictures. Here's some pictures of the cars when I had storage.
Besides for the Centenario, Sian and SVJs, there was the TAG HEUER DBS Superleggera, 720s Coupe in Supernova Silver, Onyx Black 600LT, some 2021 Ghosts and Bentaygas in the Bentley Dealer as well as some Continental GT Convertibles, a few black Wraith/Ghosts and the Huracan EVO I got to sit inside.
And yeah, to sum it up, it was truly a blast. I had an awesome day of carspotting, and it will truly be a day that I will never forget. And little did I know that the next day I'd see a 2017 Ford GT right up in the morning.
Thanks for reading!
Dealer Spots from O'Gara Coach San Diego on Saturday, got to sit in a Huracan EVO RWD and got to go inside the showroom and see every super/hypercar up close, but that was when my camera ran out of storage. Anyways, I had a great day there and stood outside for 3 hours carspotting.
Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder in Blu Aegeus Matte. Heard the loud V10 Acceleration and Revs. Saw a handbuilt Singer RSR in Miami Blue and Aventador 50th Anniversario Roadster after carspotting outside the Lamborghini Dealer in San Diego for 3 hours, but didn't get pics. Got to sit in a Huracan EVO RWD while I was there and I got to go inside, where they had a Sian, Centenario, 2x SVJs, DBS Tag Heuer Edition, 600LT, and 720s.
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