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The Power and Precision of a V10 Supercar: The Lamborghini Huracan EVO

For as long as we can remember Lamborghini has made cars that live in the imaginations of young kids. Your typical poster-on-the-wall cars that were flash, fast, furious and the epitome of what a supercar should be. The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO is another one of these luxury cars that every kid dreams of.

The exclusive Huracan car family is made to stir something deep inside, an intense hunger for performance and luxury. Combining the best of Lamborghini’s famous power with the exclusive refinement of Italian craftsmanship, this car is the product of stunning design and state-of-the-art mechanical technology. Here’s a look at the magnificent Lamborghini Huracan EVO 2020.

The Design

The Lamborghini Huracán isn’t just created, it’s sculpted; a perfect fusion of technology and style. The Huracán’s design is based on spiky hexagonal shapes, streamlined lines, and a seamless roof profile that is unmistakably Lamborghini.

This is a car that gives you a thrill just by looking at it. It’s designed to cut through the air and tame the road. Unique is an understatement, the Lamborghini Huracan EVO is a celebration of the finest Italian craftsmanship with unprecedented prestige and quality.

The unique design features inspirations from other Lamborghini’s. The Y-shape front bumper is instantly recognisable, the hood lines are inspired by the Lamborghini Countach, the skirt air intakes are reminiscent of the Murciélago, and exhaust tailpipes live on many highest-performance Lamborghini models of the past. Even in the dark this car stands out. Its new features include 20-inch rims and new bodywork colours and the full-LED lighting system makes the car dazzle at night.

The Performance

Would the Lamborghini Huracan EVO really be a true Lamborghini if it was ludicrously amazing to drive? It’s a fine-tuned machine with the series’s significant power combined with new design solutions. The car adapts to the driver’s behaviour, expectations and desires, providing increased performance and a modern driving experience.

The heart of Huracán EVO is the V10 engine that unleashes 640 CV, achieves speeds of 325 km/h and has a distinct grunt that sounds like an angry animal. The signature V10 engine is complemented by the reengineered exhaust system helping to deliver the mighty power.

It’s the improved aerodynamics and modern 4 wheel drive however that makes for the unrivalled driving experience. The 4-wheel drive is electronically controlled to ensure the power is evenly dispersed and the cornering is precise. Improved control in any condition is what you’re left with; an accurate, responsive and potent beast.

The Stats

  • Displacement – 5.204 cm³ (317.57 cu in)
  • Max. Power – 640 cv (470 kw) @ 8.000 rpm
  • Top speed – km/h >325
  • Acceleration – 0-100 km/h in 2.9 seconds

The Technology

The car has brawn, but it also has brains. The Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics (LDVI) manages driving dynamics based on the driver’s input, the external environment and driving mode. It then adapts to what the driver wants and provides assistance where it’s needed.

Inside you’ll find a central console with an 8.4” multi-touch capacitive screen that’s the connection to the human-machine interface. Everything is controlled with the tap of a finger; driving dynamics, entertainment functions, traffic information, driving mode and lighting.

The system also offers advanced connectivity like never before, integrating your smart appliances seamlessly with the cars own tech. Experience the new services to make your drive more enjoyable, comfortable and efficient.

How much does Lamborghini Huracan cost?

In Australia, prices start at A$459,000 before on-road costs. If you want to customise your Lamborghini Huracan then additional costs will be incurred.

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