Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica has just been launched. The new supercar from Italy sits between the regular Huracán Evo and the hardcore Huracán STO. Powering the Huracán Tecnica is the exact same engine found in the other two models. The new split-personality Huracán also gets its front fascia inspired by the Aventador-based Sian hypercar.
Under the hood, Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica is powered by the same 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine. It produces the same 631hp and 565Nm of torque. mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Power is put on the road exclusively via the rear wheels and features rear-wheel-steering, similar to the Huracán STO. The Huracán Tecnica gets three driving modes — Strada, Sport, and Corsa — along with the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system that was first seen on the Huracán Evo. It has a dry weight of 1,379kg.
Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica has been described as a combination of both the Huracán Evo and the Huracán STO. The Strada mode is said to be as soft as cruising in the Evo, while the Corsa mode brings Tecnica closer to the STO. According to Lamborghini, it will offer controlled oversteer in the Sport mode along with enhanced slip levels of the Performance Traction Control System (P-TCS). The Huracán Tecnica also gets an enhanced brake cooling system for its Carbon Ceramic brakes.
As mentioned, the Huracán Tecnica takes slight styling cues from the Aventador-inspired Sian hypercar. It gets a full carbon fibre bonnet as well as an engine cover at the back. Although it has the same width and height as the Huracán Evo, it is 61mm longer and the daylight opening (DLO) line has been inspired by the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12.
Lamborghini has also redesigned the exhaust system that gives the Huracán Tecnica an aural edge over the more-hardcore Huracán STO. As standard, Huracán Tecnica will get a set of adjustable sport seats but buyers will have the option to select seat harnesses if they frequent a racetrack.
It will compete with the likes of the Porsche 911 GT3, McLaren Artura, Maserati MC20, and the new Ferrari 296 GTB.
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