The Huracán EVO RWD delivers the evolution of the most successful Lamborghini V10 to the realm of pure, unfiltered driving emotion, where skill and engineering excellence combine to deliver an exhilarating experience. As the driver, you exercise greater control over the car to form a unique and intimate bond: Rewind to Rear-Wheel Drive means a return to the origins of mechanical purity, the true essence of a Lamborghini.
Sophisticated aerodynamic solutions are expressed through the iconic Lamborghini Design DNA, which in the Huracán EVO RWD is inspired by the nose of a shark. The design lines emphasize the stance of the car, where the wider front air intake provides an improved aerodynamic system and increased level of efficiency. The characteristic Y-shaped, electric concept headlights adorn the front splitter as an aerodynamic element. Adorning the rear, is an F-Duct spoiler derived from the world of motorsports, which naturally increases downforce through the spoiler's contact with the airflow and harmonizes instinctively with the diffuser below.
Huracán EVO RWD forges a direct connection with its driver, both physically and through interaction with each of ones senses. This begins with the evolutionary design of the interior, which features an 8.4-inch human-machine Interface built into the central tunnel, imparting a refined on-board touchscreen experience for driver and passenger. Upholstery is available in either or Alcantara with additional features such as our Carbon Skin®, an innovative carbon fiber material available only from Lamborghini, thus creating an atmosphere of exclusive yet informal luxury.
The vehicle dynamics have been developed and refined to produce a car that is more fun to drive, providing the driver with a more direct response and outstanding handling performance. The result is driving emotion that is unparalleled within the segment. The Lamborghini Inertial Platform (LPI) - Huracán EVO RWD's central dynamic system, provides accurate, real-time control of the car’s behavior. As options, the vertical dynamics are managed by the magnetorheological suspension (LMS) system while, the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) system handles lateral dynamics.