The Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 Is A Beast Ready For The Race Track

If there’s one supercar brand that does outlandish cars better than the others, it’s Lamborghini. . The Veneno, Sesto Elemento, Egoista, and Reventon were some craziest-looking cars designed by the Italian brand. And the Huracan GT3 EVO2 is its latest creation. Lamborghini has added yet another feather to its cap with the all-new Huracan GT3 EVO2. The car is slated to make a debut at the Daytona 24 hours next year.

The EVO2 is the third evolution among the GT3 offerings. The EVO, introduced in 2018, had a new engine, rear suspension, electro-hydraulic steering, and a roll-cage. With the Evo2, Lamborghini has taken things up a notch with an aerodynamic package and exterior design elements that draw inspiration from the road-legal Huracan STO.

Goosebumps. That’s what the Huracan GT3 EVO2 gives you, merely looking at it. We’re only left to imagine what it must feel like to tame one on the track.

The GT3 EVO2 Dials Things Up For The Huracan

If you currently happen to own a Huracan GT3 EVO, Lamborghini gives its customers the liberty to upgrade to the EVO2 pack. The EVO2 is based on the rear-wheel version and the body is made of carbon fiber. As the name suggests, this is a race car that comprises a new diffuser to enhance rear downforce. It has a massive wing, mounted on aluminum alloy pillars at the back, that helps keep the car stick to the tarmac like a leech through the corners, and features new supports for any adjustments that have to be made.

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Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 Looks Sharper And Packs More Power

The roof scoop you see on the GT3 EVO2 is from the Huracan STO. Instead of the upper side air intakes, there is a snorkel that connects to the roof scoop. Even the rear fin is the same one seen on the Huracan STO. Thanks to its many aero revisions, the car also complies with the FIA’s current norms to race in the GT3 category.

The naturally-aspirated engine features 10 electronically actuated throttle bodies that help improve the V10’s potential with titanium valves. Much like the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12, the EVO2 gets just four screws to hold the system intact. Maintenance and repairs can be carried out effortlessly in this case. Meaning that would save valueable time to repalce in racing conditions.

The floor – which is made of carbon fiber – gets a Zylon fiber coating; this apparently, strengthens it further. The roll cage now features a pair of rear pillars and carbon-and-Kevlar honeycomb side panels, integrated by the racing division at Lamborghini.

They’ve also used multiple screws to hold the plexiglass side windows in place for structural rigidity. The EVO2’s wheels are wrapped with Pirelli tires, plus the brakes get new calipers and the pads are designed to be more durable during an endurance race. Even the ABS and traction control have received updates, allowing the driver to be in full control of the car in low-grip situations.

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Lamborghini’s Huracan GT3 EVO2 Can Be Yours

Lamborghini will start handing over the keys to these monstrous, V10-engined cars to its customers in the second half of this year. And like we’d mentioned earlier, there will be an evolution kit available for Huracan GT3 EVO owners. Its track debut, however, is bound for the 2023 Daytona 24 Hours.

This is, by far, the most lethal Huracan ever made, but it isn’t the last hurrah for Lamborghini. The Huracan Sterrato, with its raised ground clearance, bigger wheels, and body cladding, is likely to be the last model to sign off, giving way for the replacement model.


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