A new Lamborghini to fall in love with.
It’s time the world is introduced to the new Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica, a new model that sits right in between the EVO and STO. The new Huracan Tecnica is a perfect choice for those wanting a track-ready Lamborghini, but aren’t willing to sacrifice comfort on the road.
Even though the new Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica may sit between the two variants, the supercar still utilizes the STO’s 5.2-liter V10 engine. This means the Tecnica can deliver 630 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque through its seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. All of that power is then sent to the rear wheels for an exciting drive. Lamborghini notes that the Huracan Tecnica will have a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of around 202 mph.
What’s more, the new Huracan’s engine, traction control, rear-wheel steering and various other systems will behave differently depending on which mode of the “Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata” system is selected. First, there’s “STRADA,” which offers up a more daily driving experience. From there, the LDVI system moves up to “SPORT” mode where a more exciting and fun drive can be offered through manipulation of the rear-wheel steering, traction control, torque vectoring, and gearbox systems. Last, but not least, there’s “CORSA” mode where the Huracan Tecnica is completely adjusted for precise drives on the track.
Of course, we have to discuss the new design cues of the Huracan Tecnica. The most notable changes have to be the new front end and that rear wing. These new features aren’t just for show, however. That fixed rear wing in the back adds 35 percent more rear downforce when compared to the Huracan EVO RWD. Right below the rear wing are the visually pleasing hexagonal exhaust pipes.
As for the new front end, there’s a lot to take in. A new front splitter, carbon fiber hood, and bumper can all be found on the Huracan Tecnica’s new face. The standout has to be the Ypsilon design that was borrowed from the Terzo MIllennio which gives the Huracan an air curtain for the very first time.
Inside the new Lamborghini is a cabin built for the driver, and that means comfort is included. One update that man current Huracan owners will appreciate is the improved visibility out of the new vertical rear glass window. There are also the height-adjustable seats, and redesigned HMI interface where entertainment can be selected and navigation can be viewed.
The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica’s price and availability have yet to be unveiled but stay with us for more information as it’s revealed.