Get Your Cash Ready Because Lamborghini’s Newest Race Model is Out to Sizzle the Roads

02.10.2017 г.

lamborghini huracan super trofeo evo

Lamborghini has been teasing the public of an extremely special big reveal, and they surely didn’t disappoint when they finally revealed their all new Huracan Super Trofeo EVO. This latest model has been officially announced at the exclusive event in Sant’Agata Bolognese, celebrating the newest partnership of with Roger Dubuis, the Swiss luxury watchmaker. The Huracan’s GT3 version has already been unveiled, with the latest model meant to complete in Lamborghini Super Trofeo one-make series. According to Lamborghini, the new car comes with higher aerodynamic efficiency compared to its predecessor.

The main goal of the new car was to take the aerodynamic efficiency to the next level while keeping the downforce of the earlier model. The company designed the latest body kit for the car that was developed together with Dallara Engineering. The livery of the car is meant to showcase their partnership with Roger Dubuis that is expected to start in 2018.
Racing and watches seem to go well together. According to Lamborghini, the 2 brands actually share a never-ending pursuit for excellence, obsessive attention to every detail, and the hunt for the most innovative materials available in the market during the production of the precision instruments.

Lamborghini didn’t provide any performance or engine specs, yet everyone should expect the same RWD drivetrain, which is powered by 5.2 L V10 engine that produces 611hp in non-EVO Super Trofeo. Aside from that, people should also expect the typical 6-speed sequential gearbox as LP 620-2 Super Trofeo.

In the United States, the prices will start at $295,000 and this model will make its track debut in Spring 2018. Any particular race team has current Super Trofeo car that can also purchase body kit for upgrading EVO.




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