Lamborghini has revealed the updated Huracan V10 supercar, which has now earned the EVO suffix.
Featuring an uprated version of the old Huracan’s 5.2-litre V10, the four-wheel-drive two-seater now boasts 630bhp. As a result, the Huracan EVO gets from 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds, before topping out at more than 202mph.
But power isn’t the only addition to the already potent Huracan mix. Lamborghini has also added cutting-edge technology to improve the car’s handling.
Rear-wheel steering improves the turning circle, while a new torque vectoring system sends the power where it’s needed.
It’s all controlled by the new Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system – a long name for the Huracan’s electronic brain – which makes decisions based on the chosen driving mode.
Pop the car into a sportier mode, and it sharpens the steering and throttle response. Opt for a comfort-focused setting and it’ll soften the suspension.
The exterior has changed, too, with the new model marked out by fresh bumpers, big exhausts and new aerodynamic features.
Inside, meanwhile, there’s a new 8.4-inch touchscreen and a two-camera telemetry system for logging lap data.
Unsurprisingly, all this technology comes with a serious price tag. According to Lamborghini, each Huracan EVO will cost its owner at least £165,256.