New Lamborghini Huracán Evo | Specs, Design and Price

New Lamborghini Huracán Evo | Specs, Design and Price

The new Huracán Evo boasts the same 5204cc naturally
aspirated V10 engine as its powerful relative, the Performante.

The upgraded Huracán Evo hits a top speed of over 325km/h (202mph),
which is an increase of at least 6km/h (3.7mph) on that of the Huracán LP580-2 Coupé
and the same as the LP610-4 Coupé.

The supercar also set great times of 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in 2.9
seconds, and 0-200km/h (124mph) in 9 seconds flat, identically matching the Huracán Performante
to 100km/h and a mere 0.1 seconds slower to 200km/h. 

With such technology working alongside the LDVI and V10
engine, it comes to no surprise that the Evo knows its way around the track.

Lamborghini have utilised a combination of the active front
steering system and the rear steering system in order to provide optimum
control under all circumstances.

Equipped with an EPS (Electronic Power Steering) system, the
Evo is able to adjust its handling to ensure that the driver receives the most
comfortable experience when behind the wheel. 

That’s not the only fancy steering system it possesses, with
the LDC (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) programme also on board.

The LDC supports the EPS by dynamically offering a variation
of the steering ratio, once again adjusting to the driving circumstances.

The high-tech systems manage the Huracán’s four-wheel
steering (also known as all-wheel drive) in order to cater to the driving mode
selected, offering a fluid and efficient drive.

How Much Does the New Lamborghini Huracan Cost?

The new Huracán Evo is expected to be up for sale at the price of
$261,274 in the USA, and £206,000 in the UK. 

A relatively modest price for a Lamborghini, but the Evo
still costs around $60k more than the McLaren 570S and is even more expensive
than the masterpiece that is the 2018
McLaren 600LT
– which itself is $240,000 (£185,500).
Its price has increased slightly in comparison to the
original Huracán, which was sold at around $250,000 (£190,000) when it first hit the road. 

Regardless, it is around $13,000 cheaper than the Huracán
Performante, which is essentially an Evo with a rear wing and the active aero

As far as supercars go, it is far from an extortionate price
for its customers, with the legendary Aventador starting at $393,695 in the USA (£271,146 in the UK), over
$100,000 more expensive than the Evo.

How Does the Huracan Evo Compare to Other Lamborghinis?

It may be missing the more advanced adaptive aerodynamic
package, but the new Evo possesses a number of similarities to the Performante,
including similar wheels, optimised intakes, an improved under-body and raised

Sharing almost identical performance figures, we expect many
supercar drivers to favour the Evo over the more expensive Performante. 

Against its original 2014 version, the Huracán
Evo has evolved and upgraded to become a more efficient, aerodynamic and quite
possibly better-looking supercar. 

Lambo have claimed an incredible 500% improvement on the
downforce of the original Huracán, making the Evo a far more
aerodynamically efficient monster this time around.

The main difference, as you may have gathered, is its
interior technology, which impacts and essentially controls what we see on the

Despite some performance and aesthetic dissimilarities, the computer
control systems are the primary difference, with the Evo far outweighing the 2014
model on the tech front. 

Our Summary of the Huracan Evo 

With its highly complex control systems and technology far
too sophisticated for most of us to really comprehend, this Huracán Evo may
not get the credit it deserves until you dive deeper into what’s really going
on under the bonnet.

For a reasonable price amongst its competitors, the new Evo offers
a modern, stylish and exhilarating upgrade to the already-popular 2014 Huracán.

At first sight, it is mean-looking, aggressive and sharp, exactly
what we have come to expect from one of the most easily recognisable
manufacturers in the world.

Lamborghini’s design features are always going to turn
heads, and what’s great about the Evo is that it can perform on the track as
well as the road.

Matching its more expensive sibling – the Performante – for
speed, the Evo will undoubtedly be a favourite among many supercar fanatics. It
has certainly impressed us!

The original Huracán was not perfect, and this facelift is
exactly what was needed.

Its performance has improved, its exterior is more
appealing, and its interior systems have seen remarkable upgrades. 

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