Lamborghini’s Huracan EVO makes its way to Indian shores
This supercar promises to deliver a drive experience like no other. Primarily because it comes with a V10 engine, improved aerodynamics, and a next-generation vehicle dynamic control system, based on the Huracan Performante. Boasting a distinctive design, the Huracan EVO gets a new front bumper that makes the car look lower while improving aerodynamic efficiency as well. You have those characteristic Lamborghini headlights, large air intakes, and a front splitter that really bring out the car’s personality.
Add to that, the vehicle also comes with the manufacturer’s hexagon design references on the windows and the rear is dominated by a wide, open naked look that is reminiscent of the racing version. Twin sport exhausts and a diffuser also work as tell-tale signs of the supercar’s lineage. The aerodynamic package on it improves downforce by up to five times more than the first generation Huracan!
The new Huracan EVO is an out-and-out driver’s car and comes fitted with a cabin that boasts functional luxury. You have a healthy dose of leather trim and carbon fibre, a new 8.4-inch HMI touchscreen, start/stop button, gesture control, smartphone connectivity and advanced telemetry.
However, what really excites us about the car, lies under its hood: a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated engine that delivers 640 hp and 600 NM of torque that allows the car to go from 0-100 kmph in just 2.9 seconds and it can do the 0-200 kmph dash in 9.0 seconds flat, while being able to hit a top speed of 325 kmph. The Huracan EVO comes with a new rear wheel steering and torque vectoring system that offers better control at higher speeds and while cornering.
The Huracan EVO has been priced at `3.73 crore.