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- Jan 21, 2019
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Lamborghini has launched the new Huracan Evo is India and priced it at Rs 3.73 crore, ex-showroom India. The Evo is the facelift version of the baby Lambo but is far from the facelifts we are used to. Simply put, the changes run much deeper compared to a simple nip and tuck.
The Evo’s design is quite similar to the standard Huracan but by no means identical. It seems Lamborghini has made good use of the aerodynamic lessons learnt during the development of the Huracan Performante. The Evo features a reworked front end with a sharper nose, wider intakes and different front splitter and wings. The Evo looks quite menacing now like a Lambo should. The rear features an integrated spoiler along with a tail section that is clearly reminiscent of the Huracan Performante with the tailpipes sticking out right from the mid-section of the tail.
The engine is the same 5.2-litre V10 which has been there since the Gallardo. But here it makes 640PS of max power and 600Nm of peak torque and mimics the output of the Huracan Performante. The engine is mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission that drives all four wheels. Under the skin, it now boasts of a newly added four-wheel steering which is mated to an advanced torque vectoring system for better agility and responsiveness.
It also comes with an active damping control that works in conjunction with Lambo’s own traction control system. The sensors constantly monitor the pitch, roll and yaw of the car and instantaneously adjust the damping rate on the magnetorheological suspension. The power, on the other hand, can be directed to a single wheel if required.
The cabin has got its fair share of updates as well. Believe it or not, it didn’t have a touchscreen infotainment system before. But that has been added along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Lamborghini has also thrown in the telemetry mapping system which records and analyses track data into the mix. The feature is an optional extra in many markets.
Lamborghini has launched the Huracan Evo here barely a month after its international unveiling. It does show that India, despite its low volume in supercar numbers, is an important market for Lamborghini. And boy are we glad about that!
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