A Closer Look at the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo

Lamborghini has seen fit to give their Huracan Evo a refresh and we’re going to see improvements in turn and acceleration in the new 2020 edition. It’s an improvement on the V-10 Super car. It’s a mid-cycle adjustment and it’s come at the right time.

A mid-life crisis for the Huracan

The Huracan Evo is a low-production vehicle that fetches a high price tag. It’s one of those vehicles which has been in production for a while and although its identity is firmly established, evolution is a necessity for the survival of the species. Although we can’t exactly call the refresh an evolution, it’s making progress in that direction. The automaker knew that it was time to make some changes and their latest edition scheduled to be released in 2020 serves as a prime example of house it, and cars of its ilk must adapt to a changing world with evolving tastes in the niches served within the demographics.

What’s new in the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo

First and foremost, the mid placement 5.2 Liter V-10 engine gets an increase in output bringing the blast of power to 631, signifying a jump of 29 hp in total. It also gets rear wheel steering and new dampers along with variable ratio steering which was just an option on the previous Huracan. It’s standard on the new model.

A brand new infotainment system has also been added to the new Huracan and it replaces the old Audi based unit with an All Lamborghini exclusive system. A new hexagonal aesthetic was added to please the eyes of a discriminating however small new owner base. The new 8.4 inch touchscreen is vertically oriented and is placed in the center console. It also comes with streaming web radio, compatibility with Apple CarPlay, with the Android Auto support still in the works. The new system is intuitive and you can also manage the two camera telemetry system if you choose to add this as an option. It’s available but doesn’t come standard.

Improved handling

The Evo is packed with an array of adaptive systems to make handling a heavenly experience. It features an all wheel drive system with adaptive dampers along with a computer managed system that effectively manages the rear wheel steering. The brand installs its firs brake based torque vectoring to supply a soft brake pedal and the intelligent computer management system has the capacity to predict orders from the driver and sharpen the responses of the vehicle. The Huracan is loaded with adaptive functions that will boggle the mind, soothe the appetite for luxury and please the senses.

The 2 passenger 2 door coupe is a sexy rendition that comes packed with all the power that you’ll ever need or want, although it might take a little self-restraint to keep the horses under control. With 631 horsepower and 442 lb feet of torque at 6500 rpm it’s a road racer. The magnificent engine is paired with a 7 speed dual clutch automatic transmission that also offers manual shifting mode, so you get the best of both worlds.

The trunk space is negligible at just 4 cubic feet but it’s not about what you can haul, it’s more about how you haul down the road. When it comes to performance, the preliminary testing has shown that the 2020 Huracan Evo can spring from zero to sixty mph in a mere 2.4 seconds. We told you that they improved the acceleration. It can do a standing quarter mile in just 10.3 seconds. The fuel economy is about what you’d expect in a V10. It gets 13 in the city and 18 on the highway with a combined rating of 15 mpg. It’s not a fuel sipper by any means, but if you can afford the cost of the 2020, then fuel prices should’t be of much concern.

The release date for the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo has not yet been released, but when it does, it’s estimated that the price will start at around $268,000. It goes up from there depending on which of the options you’d like to add to make the experience even more special.



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