Arguably the most performance-oriented Lamborghini Huracan is here. Lamborghini Squadra Corse unveils the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2, which will take part in the Super Trofeo race starting in 2022. There are a lot of enhancements to this Huracan when compared to the stock car. Lamborghini Squadra Corse made changes to the aerodynamics and are also using a new braking system to make it race-ready. Super Trofeo is the most established Lamborghini race, which takes place in the famous race tracks across Europe. For many, Super Trofeo acts as the best testing ground to push their cars to the limits. Super Trofeo has helped Huracan to become one of the top-selling cars of the brand.
Changes Made To The Huracan
Lamborghini Squadra Corse has significantly improved the aerodynamics of the car. The new air curtain helps in optimizing the airflow along with increasing the downforce. In terms of the exterior looks as well, there are some radical changes. In the front, this time, we have a full LED light cluster with a hexagonal design. The protruding omega lip gives the Huracan a very aggressive front profile. The large carbon fibre wing looks quite simple yet sleek, enhancing the car’s overall outlook in the rear. Lamborghini fans will see a resemblance in the new LED light cluster to that of the legendary Countach. The carbon-fibre bumper linking the aerodynamic appendages support the redesigned diffuser.
Performance Changes To The Car
To help get a slight edge over its competitors, Lamborghini is using a new brake system. The front steel discs are now 390 mm up from the previous 380 mm. The new callipers can now accommodate a large surface area, thus improving the lap times’ performance and lap times. The heart of the matter is the 5.2-litre naturally aspirated v10 motor, making 620 HP of power. The sequential six-speed X-trac gearbox and the rear-wheel-drive powertrain help put all the 620 horses onto the track. The Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 will make its public debut on 28th May in Le Castellet. The sticker price for this ever potent Huracan at EUR 250,000 (excluding taxes).
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