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The Evo is an important new chapter in the Huracan story.
Lamborghini went to town improving the Huracan’s driving dynamics. There’s a new torque-vectoring system to manage power between the wheels and a new rear-wheel steering system adopted from the Aventador S.

Though it doesn’t stray too far from the original Huracan’s looks, the Evo Spyder employs new tricks that give it five times more downforce than before. Credit the aggressive new front bumper, with its revised front splitter and larger air intakes, for the added function.

Derived from the Performanté, the Evo’s engine produces 640 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque.
More importantly, it revs to a sky-high 8,000 RPM, emitting a cacophony of mechanical noises along the way. Lamborghini even includes a button on the dash to drop the small rear window, which floods the cabin with the engine’s soundtrack, even with the top still up.

Lamborghini stripped the center console of its many buttons and added an 8.4-inch touchscreen in its place to supplement the digital driver display. The new touchscreen displays the car’s driving data and other functions like climate controls

Thumb possibly the coolest starter button on any car - hidden beneath a fighter jet-style flip lid - and the mid-mounted, 631bhp, 5.2-litre V10 of the new Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder bursts into life with a shocking bark.



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