Seven years have passed since its first launch, the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo has recently been upgraded for the second time by the Italian supercar company and its racing car division Squadra Corse with the name Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2 with impressive performance. statue.

“Seven years have passed since we first introduced the Huracán Super Trofeo at Pebble Beach and now Squadra Corse opens a new chapter in the car’s history,” said CEO and president Stephan Winkelmann. said. “The Huracán is one of the best-selling models in the company’s history and the Super Trofeo product line is also part of this success.”

From 2009 until now, up to 950 racers have participated in the Super Trofeo tournament, spending 310 hours competing at the world’s most famous racetracks. “The Super Trofeo series is the best place we can use to evaluate aerodynamic and mechanical design solutions for production supercars and GT racing cars, and with the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2, we I would have gone one step further,” Lamborghini Technical Director Maurizio Reggiani shared.

On the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2, all aerodynamic details on the exterior are handled by Squadra Corse and the Centro Stile design department. Both have reused designs perfected from the previous generation, combining the Huracán STO’s “omega” front bumper with carbon fiber spoilers to help create a swirling airflow right at the front of the car. The headlight cluster has been streamlined, now with only a thin row of LED lights and a hexagon-inspired lighting cluster. The wheel arches are equipped with additional air vents to help reduce pressure and heat in this area.

At the rear of the car, the spoiler with a “swan neck” leg design is still equipped with a “shark fin” running from the back of the cockpit. The taillight cluster and surrounding frame are inspired by the Countach supercar while below, the rear bumper with a design that helps reduce pressure in the wheel arches and engine compartment radiator is made entirely of carbon fiber.

Instead of composite like on the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO, the EVO2 version has a body on both sides made entirely of carbon fiber with a new formula, ensuring sturdiness and aerodynamics while still ensuring the lowest cost for the team. racing. In addition, the rear wheel arches are monolithic carbon fiber, including the two side wings to help create a seamless look for the car’s body.

Lamborghini’s racing car is still equipped with a naturally aspirated V10 engine, 5.2 liter capacity with a maximum capacity of 620 horsepower. This power is transmitted to the rear wheels of the vehicle through an X-Trac sequential transmission. In terms of restraining power, the braking system has also been upgraded with 390 mm diameter brake discs, 10 mm larger than the previous generation. Brake pads are also improved with a new design and larger contact surface to help optimize braking performance and save braking more than before.

“The Super Trofeo series is the cornerstone of the motorsport program we offer our customers, providing excitement and excitement for both young talent and middle-aged drivers. The Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2 is for both types of riders and we have designed it with precision to deliver an even more engaging driving experience while still optimizing operating costs,” Mr. Giorgio Sanna, emphasized the head of Lamborghini’s motorsport department.

Lamborghini displayed this car model to the public for the first time at the second race of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe tournament, taking place on May 28 at Le Castellet racetrack, France. In this market, the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2 is sold for 250,000 Euro, excluding taxes and is expected to receive the car next year. In addition, customers can also upgrade from Huracán Super Trofeo EVO to EVO2 via genuine body kit from next year.

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