The Huracán EVO represents a natural evolution of the most successful V10 in Lamborghini history till date. The changes on this car are a mix of aesthetic, mechanical and technological upgrades, inspired from both the hardcore Performante’ and the bigger Aventador S.
Engine: V10, 90°, MPI (Multi Point Injection) + DSI (Direct Stratified Injection)
Horsepower: 640 CV (470 kW) @ 8.000 rpm
Torque: 600 Nm (443 lb.-ft.) @ 6.500 rpm
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h in 2.9 seconds
Top Speed: 325 km/h
Drive System: Electronically controlled all-wheel drive system
Wheels: 20 inches – Giano casted rims
The Huracán EVO remains faithful to the iconic Lamborghini design and does not present a radical change in the original iconic shape and proportions, rather it represents a natural evolution that introduces an sophisticated aerodynamic solution
The front bumper adopts unmistakable Lamborghini design cues such as signature Y-shape stylistic elements, bonnet lines inspired by the Countach, skirt air ducts reminiscent of the Murciélago, and high-mounted exhaust tailpipes that recall the highest performing models of the Lamborghini range.
The model also introduces the new 20” Aesir rims and debuts Ad Personam colors for the car body, including Arancio Xanto [Orange].
The interior perfectly mirrors the evolutionary design of the Huracán EVO.
The cockpit features a smooth 8.4” touchscreen system built into the central tunnel, which makes it possible to control the car and entertainment functions with a tap of your fingers.
The exclusive interior finishes, stemming from authentic Italian design, are made with the finest-quality materials: the upholstery is available in leather, Alcantara and—for the first time—Carbon Skin®, an innovative carbon fiber material exclusively available with Lamborghini.
All these details make the on-board experience even more unique and refined
The Huracan EVO’s technical make-up starts to take a different path, as this is the first ten-cylinder Lamborghini to include rear-wheel steering. Inspired from other Lamborghini models, the set-up works in conjunction with a new central ‘dynamics control’ system that combines each of the chassis’ active control operations through a single ‘brain’.
The engine is paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, channelling power to all-four wheels with the aid of a rear axle-mounted limited slip differential.