Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the motorsport division of Lamborghini, has taken the wraps off the Huracan Super Trofeo Evo. The race car made its debut at a special event held at the Italian car maker’s headquarters in Sant’Agata, Bolognese.
The Huracan Super TrofeoEvo adds redesigned aerodynamics to the race car. It maintains the same amount of downforce as the standard Super Trofeo, but the overall aero efficiency has improved.
An upgraded version of the standard Super Trofeo, the new Evo includes a reworked front bumper and side skirts. But, the most prominent upgrade is the F1-syle air intake on the roof and an adjoined aero-fin. It replaces the air-intake situated atop the rear-wheel arches.
The Evo’s new body kit was developed by the motorsport engineers at Lamborghini, working in partnership with Dallara Engineering and Lamborghini Centro Stile.
The Centro Stile also designed the new livery of the Raging Bull. The livery accentuates the partnership of Squadra Corse’s partnership with the famous Swiss luxury watchmaker Roger Dubuis.
The Italian carmaker will retail the Huracán Super Trofeo Evo at 235,000 Euros in Europe and Asia and for USD 295,000in the USA.
The Huracan race car will make its official track debut in 2018 at the three continental series of Lamborghini Super Trofeo, spread across Europe, Asia and North America. All the cars lined up for the race will have the Evo configuration.
Lamborghini Squadra Corse also announced that the teams that already own the standard Huracan Super Trofeo can upgrade to Evo configuration. The aerodynamic kit will be available for sale with the new specifications.