2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo - The new Italian monster MONSTER !!!

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The new Evo is powered by basically the same 5.2-liter V10 that drives the once-quickest (around the Nürburgring) Performante. Compared with previous Huracans, it revs higher thanks to titanium inlet valves, breathes deeper thanks to revised exhaust tuning, and at maximum revs — 8,000 rpm — pumps out 631 horsepower through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. That’s good enough to accelerate the 3,135-pound Evo to 62 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds and top out at a heady 200+ mph. It growls at idle, barks on overrun, and at 8,000 rpm, its ten pistons emit a howl that will make you wonder if saving the planet really is worth going electric.It's more comfortable

The Huracan gets a mild interior upgrade this year, probably the most important item being the 6-way-adjustable driver’s racing seat made by Lear. Previous sport seats were one-piece Kevlar affairs which, while plenty light and mondo-rigid, were totally non-adjustable -- there was no way to fit them to your particular ergonomic needs. The new versions are almost as light and rigid, but allow height, tilt and longitudinal adjustment. They also come in three sizes so that their extra side bolstering can be tailored to all. Their only fault is that they won't be available for about six months, so if you really want the lightest seats Lamborghini makes for the new Huracan, you might want to hold off a little.

A new 8.4-inch touch screen, the first such infotainment system in the supercar portion of Lamborghini’s fleet, says Reggiani, is also a new addition. It’s a surprisingly competent system, full of apps and a nifty digital readout of all those new torque-vectoring and 4-wheel-steering technologies.

Despite these performance and creature comfort gains, it is Lamborghini’s new “brain” that is the highlight of the Huracan Evo. None of its individual talents — torque-vectoring, 4WS or adaptive suspension — would matter a fig if they weren’t working in harmony. Indeed, if there is one thing about this new Evo — and the Performante before it — that impresses, it is how much Lamborghini accomplishes with so little. The additions to the new Huracan are, in the grand scheme of supercar innovation, fairly pedestrian. And yet, just like the Performante — which was likewise not so greatly changed other than its aerodynamic package — its performance is greatly enhanced. If there is ever an award for the supercar that gets the most performance out of the most minimalist upgrades, Lamborghini is a shoe-in for the gold medal. The addition of a LDVI smarts has rendered this newest Lambo one of the most entertaining supercars around.

The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo will be available in the U.S. later this spring with an MSRP of $261,274.

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