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Lamborghini has refreshed its Huracan supercar, rebranding the model the Huracan Evo in the process. The headlining update is that the car now has the same version of its 5.2-liter V10 engine as the earlier Huracan Performante, meaning output figures stand at 640 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque – gains of 30 horsepower and 29 pound-feet over the prior Huracan LP610-4.
Lamborghini says that the power increase is due in part to the installation of titanium valves and a new exhaust that’s said to provide “an emotional and powerful sound”. With the Huracan Evo boasting a dry weight of 3.135 pounds, the supercar scurries to 62 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h). Those performance stats match those of the Performante coupe.
Claimed to be more agile than ever, the Huracan Evo driver has three defined driving modes to select from: Strada, Sport or Corsa. In the updated model, Sport is now supposed to change the Huracan Evo’s handling to be more ‘playful’ while Corsa is claimed to sharpen up the car’s dynamics to help you set the perfect lap.
In terms of its exterior, 2019 Huracan gets a new front fascia with updated headlamp designs, revised air intakes and active shutters along with flaps for better aerodynamics. Exteriors also include a new horizontal fin for side air scoops while at the rear, new tail lamps and vents are noted. One can also see new alloy design and color option on the new Huracan.
Interiors of the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan gets updated with a large 8.4 inch touchscreen in the center console and switchgear. To match with the car’s sporty design, the interiors have been finished in all black carbon skin. You can also opt for Carbon Forged Composites along with the ambient lighting system on the inside.