Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 is one of the meanest-looking cars ever built by the brand. The Huracan GT3 EVO2 is the latest creation from the Italian brand, slated to make a debut at the Daytona 24 hours next year. This is the third evolution among the GT3 offerings. The EVO, had a new engine, rear suspension, electro-hydraulic steering, and a roll-cage. With the EVO2, the automaker has taken things up a notch with an aerodynamic package and exterior design elements drawing inspiration from road-legal Huracan STO.
If someone currently owns a Huracan GT3 EVO, then Lamborghini gives its customers the option to upgrade to the EVO2 pack. EVO2 is based on RWD and the chassis is made of carbon fiber. The race car comprises a new diffuser to enhance rear downforce. Equipped with a massive wing, mounted on aluminum alloy pillars, helps keep the car and features new supports for any adjustments that have to be made. The roof scoop is from the Huracan STO, also there is a snorkel that connects to the roof scoop. Even the rear fin belongs to the Huracan STO.
The naturally-aspirated engine features 10 electronically actuated throttle bodies helping improve the V10’s potential with titanium valves. The EVO2 has four screws to hold the system intact. The floor is made of carbon fiber, and includes a Zylon fiber coating; apparently, strengthening it further. The roll cage features a pair of rear pillars and carbon-Kevlar honeycomb side panels, developed by the racing division at Lamborghini. Using multiple screws to hold the plexiglass side windows in place helps for structural rigidity. The wheels sports Pirelli tires, including new brake calipers and more durable pads for an endurance race.
Lamborghini will start delivering these monstrous, V10-engined cars to its owners in the second half of this year.
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