Lamborghini Huracan Evo: Sharp, sleek and aggressive with some surprises

Lamborghini has been producing one of the most amazing and breathtaking cars, and they have done that again, as they have introduced all-new Lamborghini Huracan Evo. This is the all-new entry-level Huracan with features packed from the earlier Huracan models.

With a bit of redesign, Lamborghini adds a bit more of aggression to the Huracan Evo, which is quite noticeable from the front bumper and overall design. Not only the design but there are significant add-ons to the car in terms of performance and the features.


This car is 6 times more aerodynamic and produces 7 times more downforce than the standard Huracan, as explained by Glen in this video by PowerDrift, watch the video here:

Huracan Evo which is being dubbed as ‘Baby Lambo’ is powered by a naturally aspirated V10 engine producing 631 horsepower. The engine is similar to that of Huracan Performante, and it allows the car to get to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and reach the top speed of 200mph.


A splitter can be spotted at the rear of the car which is responsible for the better down-force of the car. A number of features have been adapted from bigger Lambos, like, the traction control, the all-wheel-drive system, and all-wheel-steering setup.

Well, something exciting with this car is the use of technology and one feature that stands out from the rest is Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system. This system reads the current state of the car and monitors the way the driver drives the car and not only that it uses that information to predict future inputs and adapt according to them. It kinds of predicts what’s going to happen next and reacts according to that.

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In the middle, you also get a touch screen infotainment system. This is where you will handle all the basic aspects like temperature control. But you can also tweak the setup of your car through this screen as this acts as a front end for the LDVI system.


This car is going to replace the Huracan Coupe and is priced in that segment. But this car packs some amazing features that would surely give other cars in that segment a tough competition.

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