Lamborghini revealed an even more extreme version of the already mad Huracan Super Trofeo – The Super Trofeo EVO. The car was revealed at an exclusive launch event at Lamborghini’s factory in Sant’Agata, Bolognese. The brand also announced a new partnership with Swiss watch maker Roger Dubuis. The livery of the new Super Trofeo EVO will also be updated to show off the new partnership.
The car receives an updated aerodynamic package while the powertrain is the same as the last car – a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 611 hp connected to a six-speed sequential shift transmission which sends power to the rear wheels.
To ensure maximum aerodynamic efficiency, Lamborghini collaborated with Italian engineering firm Dallara to build redesigned carbon fiber parts for the whole body. Except for the front splitter, rear diffuser and flat floor, every other part of the car’s body receives a new aerodynamic upgrade.
All these modifications enable the car to be 8% more aerodynamically efficient than the last version which helps the EVO lap the Monza racetrack in 1 min 43.3 sec which is 1.5 seconds faster than the standard Super Trofeo. The car will compete in the one-make Lamborghini Super Trofeo series along with other endurance races and GT championships. Customers will have to pay $295,000 in the United States and €235,000 in Europe for the track only car.
If the track car doesn’t excite you as much, don’t worry. Lamborghini has some extreme road going versions of the Huracan planned.
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