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Lamborghini Huracan Evo

Lamborghini Huracan Evo

REVIEW

The Huracan has been the most successful car that Lamborghini has ever made, with over 10,000 built, with a winning combination of killer looks, all-weather traction and a legendary engine. But in that time the competition has moved on, with Audi’s R8 sharing the drivetrain and coming in at a lower price point, and the McLaren 720S destroying the competition on most fronts. So it was time for Lamborghini to inject a little life in the little bull and now we have it – the Huracan Evo. To the casual observer there is very little different from the outside, with a new aggressive front bumper and a rear bumper that houses two more central exhaust exits like on the Performante. There’s also a little ducktail spoiler built into the rear decklid now, more sculpted side skirts and some new wheel designs. Under that sleek bodywork still sits a 5.2 litre naturally aspirated V10, but it now puts out 631bhp and 600Nm of torque. Inside is where you’ll get the most noticeable changes though, with a new driver interface called Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) which monitors all different aspects of the vehicle every 20 milliseconds and constantly adjusts things like the steering, torque vectoring and suspension to suit. It means the Evo is almost a match for the Performante around the track and yet it’s still comfortable when you want it to be. Lamborghini redefines the word Epic yet again!

 

Stats

Engine / CylsV10 Power631bhp
Displacement5.2ltr Torque600 Nm
Engine PositionMid Top Speed204mph
DrivetrainAWD CO2332 g/km
MPG20.6 mpg Retail Price£206,552
0-62mph2.9secs Cash Alternative£165,000

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