Everything a supercar is supposed to be, including designed for the slender figure of "modern man"
So lets get the bad bits of this car out of the way first. I don't fit in the car! That's it! The slender Hungarian instructor... he fits! His butt didn't fall sleep half way through lap 3. And in my view Lamborghini, paddles that don't move, make we work so much harder to keep everything in running smooth. Glad I got that off my chest! and to be honest, for the moment the engine sprung to life, I didn't really car about anything else. This was it! this was the one! Sharp as you could want, loud enough to drown out the faint sound of "up a gear", handled well enough for me to risk pushing hard through the corners, despite not having the additional insurance waiver :) I really couldn't fault the way this car ate up the track like afternoon tea. This is what a car should sound like, handle like and go like. Very much the performer on this track. I haven't mentioned the braking yet, but in much the same way as the rest, this was all part of a well put together package. I admit that I am not the most emotional person in the world, but this one definitely got the adrenaline pumping hard enough to pop a big'ish grin when leaving. This was a very different experience to the Murcielago I drove a good few years back. I few laps on that (with the manual gearbox and concrete clutch), and I was tired, sweating, swearing and so ready to get back into my CLK430 and relax. Big leap in my view Lambo! Well done!
Notwithstanding the size to seat ratio, I would say that everyone should drive a Lamborghini at least "once" in their life. Its not a car for everyday, nor is it supposed to be. Its built to be exactly what a super car is supposed to be..emotional! So yes, this has my vote and recommendation!