How to Check Out The New Lamborghini Hurácan Evo RWD Spyder in AR Right Now
Due to the global health crises, Lamborghini launched its new Huracán EVO RWD Spyder online that takes advantage of Apple's AR Quick Look feature. If you have been meaning to check it out, you can do so right in your living room. All you need is your iPhone or iPad and you can view life-sized Huracán EVO RWD Spyder right now.
Here's How to Check Out the New Lamborghini Huracán in AR Right on Your iPhone or iPad
Take note that the augmented reality operation to watch the new Huracán is only supported by devices that are AR-enabled. What this means is that your iPhone or iPad needs to be running iOS 11 or higher version to make use of the function. Moreover, if you have an Android device, you need to be running Android 7.0or higher. On your iPhone, you can head over to General > Software Update and install the latest build right now.
If you're unfamiliar with the technique, we have devised a step by step instructions for your ease. Simply follow them in order and you will be able to check the new Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Spyder right now in AR.
1. First, launch the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad and head over to this link on Lamborgini's website.
2. Now, scroll down on the web page and find the See in Augmented Reality button that is shaped like a cuboid.
3. Safari will ask for the camera permissions if you have not already given it. You have to Allow it.
(If it doesn't prompt you, you will have to manually give the permission by navigating to Settings > Safari > Camera and change it to Allow.)
4. Once the camera is open you will be asked to move the device around. Once this is done, the Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Spyder will be presented on the screen in AR.
You can maneuver the Huracán to check it out. You can rotate it 360-degrees and you also have the option available to put yourself in the driving seat. All in all, you can check out the cabin and the exterior, which is pretty cool. You also have the option to listen to the sound of the device on the company's website.
It is very interesting to see that brands are also making AR experiences available to the public. This gives Apple room to introduce the LiDAR scanner in future iPhone models as well much like what the company has done with the 2020 iPad Pro. Do check out the experience for yourself. We will share more augmented reality tricks on the future, so be sure to stay tuned. Let us know your thoughts on the comments.