Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 teased ahead of the launch
It will be the second generation of the road edition of the Super Trofeo Omologato (STO). The Lamborghini Huracan isn’t new to this space. It’s been here since 2014, and supercars don’t follow a very short life cycle. They are not made like other commercial vehicles that go in a million sales a year. The supercars are made with care and so much effort. It is no wonder they take a lot of time to assemble just one. Unlike the other vehicles, the supercars are assembled and mostly built with hands. Certainly the motorsport versions of the take even more time than the regular supercars. They have a lot more going on under the body of that size compared to the regular supercars.
The Huracan STO made debut in 2014. The GT2 version in 2020. The GT3 was launched in 2015 before getting the Evo version in 2018. The Lamborghini Squadra Corse was to unveil the GT3 EVO2 for the 2022 season but decided to push back by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Giorgio Sanna, Lamborghini Motorsport boss said that “Squadra Corse wants to give time to the teams, to the gentleman driver and owners of the existing cars, to have a bit more time to do additional investments. That’s our idea.” Though the EVO2 is in a working progression and will be accredited by the end of this year.
Meanwhile, Lamborghini’s racing division has released a teaser image of the upcoming GT3 EVO2 to heat up the hype. It mentioned the description saying “The STOry continues…..”. It surely meant that the 2023 Huracan GT3 EVO2 will be based on the road-legal STO model. It’s mostly the street-legal cars that acquired the engineering of the track version. In this case, it’s the other way around and is totally the opposite. The present Huracan GT3 EVO customers will have an option to upgrade their cars to the GT3 EVO2 specification. The GT3 EVO2 will be competing until the end of the 2026 motorsport season.
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