Lamborghini Huracan EVO
The new Lamborghini Huracan Evo boasts of carefully engineered aerodynamics, an innovative human-machine interface, an Integrated Vehicle Dynamics supercomputer, and a revolutionary magnetorheological suspension system. It still has the signature styling of the Huracan, but with substantially improved vehicle performance that can never be experienced from the outside, but rather behind the wheel.
Sporting the classic Huracan 10-cylinder powertrain in V-configuration, the Huracan Evo can top the charts at more than 201 MPH while blitzing to 60 in just 2.9 seconds. Capable of churning 630.28 HP at max RPM of 8,000 and a torque rating of 442.54 lb-ft at 6500 RPM, this Huracan can leave other exotic supercars on the road. The four-wheel drive Evo also comes with multi-disk wet clutch, electronically controlled gearbox, double wishbone suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, and 20-inch Aesir rims.
The Huracan Evo was designed with an innovative touchscreen and revolutionary control system to help bridge the gap between man and machine. It is specifically engineered to amplify the driving experience, providing the joys of sitting behind the wheel and feeling the power of its V10 engine push you beyond your limits.
As already mentioned, the Evo never really detracted immensely from the original Huracan in terms of its exterior design. However, it does represent the natural evolution that comes with the development of next-generation Lambos. The front still sports the design cues of the classic Lambo while the bonnet lines are representative of the Countach. There are hints of Murcielago in terms of the Evo’s skirt air ducts. The exhaust tailpipes that have been mounted high under the Evo are reminiscent of the raging bull’s high-performance rides.
The Evo is definitely a marriage of the past and the future direction of the Huracan. It satisfies the modern driver’s desires, duly harmonized by the DNA of the Italian brand.