The latest racing version of the Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo has been premiered by Lambo ahead of its world debut. The race-spec supercar boasts an ultimate – and updated – aerodynamic carbon fibre kit and a new exhaust system, with no mechanical changes, though. The Super Trofeo EVO will be taking to the circuit in spring 2018.
The fresh carbon fiber kit was co-designed by Dallara Engineering, the famous chassis-maker, and Centro Stile Lamborghini. Along with improved stability, it’s aimed at maintaining the same, high downforce amount, with less resistance at the same time. The EVO rolls on the same 5.2L naturally-aspirated V10 mated to a X-Trac six-speed sequential gearbox, generating unbelievable 620 hp and sending power to rear wheels.
The new, set-to-race, version costs $295,000 in the U.S.
By the way, did you see the updated and pretty crazy EVO’s livery to include Roger Dubuis branding? Lambo announced a new partnership with a well-known Swiss watchmaker, so we can expect at least a limited edition racing-inspired Lambo-watches then.