Watch And Hear The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica Unleashing Its Power On The Streets
The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica, the most powerful RWD variant of the mid-engined supercar, enjoyed its dynamic debut at the end of June. Following the event in Spain, Lamborghini published a photo gallery and a video, showing the V10-powered bull roaming the streets of Valencia and driving full-throttle on the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Lamborghini brought numerous examples of the Huracan Tecnica to Spain. Besides the green shade which was the highlight of the presentation vehicle, we now see the supercar in orange, gray, and dark blue, combined with gloss black or matte black accents on the redesigned aero. On the public roads of Valencia, the 20-inch wheels were shod in Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires, while for the Circuit Ricardo Tormo the supercar got a stickier set of Bridgestone Potenza Race tires.
The latest version of the Huracan is based on the Evo RWD but is more powerful, lighter, and more potent on the track, incorporating elements from the hardcore STO. The version-specific bodykit not only makes it one of the best looking Huracans to date – especially at the back – but it also brings a 35 percent increase in rear downforce and a 20 percent reduction in drag compared to the entry-level Huracan.
Most importantly, the Tecnica is fitted with the naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 from the STO, producing 631 hp (471 kW / 640 PS) and 565 Nm (417 lb-ft) of torque. The sound is great, and we really hope that the upcoming electrified successor of the Huracan will deliver a similar experience. Power is transmitted to the rear axle through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, with the help of a revised Performance Traction Control system and torque vectoring system.
The Huracan Tecnica is not the swan song of the model since this title will probably go to the rally-inspired Huracan Sterrato, expected to debut later this year. The lifecycle of the Huracan will end in 2024 with the debut of a yet-unnamed plug-in hybrid successor. Would you wait for the new model or get a Tecnica instead?