The most recent Lamborghini Lifestyle Experience recently concluded in Sardinia where the Huracan Tecnica and Huracan STO were put through their paces along some truly spectacular roads.
This year’s event in Sardinia started at the Lamborghini Lounge in Porto Cervo, a luxury resort area on the island. This lounge has been open for the past two months and allowed customers of the brand the chance to discover what Lamborghini is all about, while also having the opportunity to discover the unique options and areas of customization available through the Ad Personam program.
Then there are the cars. The Huracan Tecnica was unveiled back in April as the latest track-focused variant of the mid-engined V10 supercar and slots in between the Huracan Evo and STO in the carmaker’s range.
Power comes courtesy of the familiar 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 which pumps out 631 hp and 417 lb-ft (565 Nm) in this state of tune, all of which is sent through the rear wheels.
Lamborghini has also made a number of unique design alterations to the car, including the fitment of a lightweight, slatted carbon fiber engine cover and a vertical rear window. The Italian automaker has also equipped it with new hexagonal tailpipes, a distinct bumper, and a revised rear diffuser. A fixed rear wing is also featured which doesn’t just enhance the appearance of the car but also boosts downforce by 35 per cent over a standard Evo RWD.
By comparison, the Huracan STO remains the ultimate track-focused version of the street-legal Huracan. It is adorned with a plethora of new carbon fiber body panels and looks every bit as over-the-top as the mighty Aventador SVJ.