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Lamborghini Huracán Evo specs

Price in Europe €214,003 - €283,120
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1422-1665 kg (3135-3671 lbs)
Dimensions 4.52 m (178 in) long, 1.93 m (76 in) wide, 1.17 m (46 in) high
Introduced 2019
Origin country Italy
Gas mileage 28.0-12.0 l/100 km (8-20 mpg US / 10-24 mpg UK)
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0 - 40 kph0.7 s
0 - 50 kph1.3 s
0 - 60 kph1.3 s
0 - 80 kph1.9 s
0 - 100 kph2.6 s
0 - 120 kph3.5 s
0 - 130 kph4.0 s
0 - 150 kph5.1 s
0 - 160 kph5.7 s
0 - 180 kph7.2 s
0 - 200 kph9.0 s
0 - 220 kph11.1 s
0 - 250 kph15.2 s
0 - 260 kph17.2 s
0 - 270 kph19.2 s
0 - 300 kph27.1 s
1000 m19.1 s @ 271.6 kph
0 - 60 mph2.4 s
0 - 100 mph5.5 s
0 - 150 mph13.5 s
Est. 1/8 mile7.3 s @ 110.0 mph
1/4 mile10.3 s
Est. 1/2 mile17.5 s @ 164.0 mph
Lamborghini Huracán Evo acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed328 kph (204 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 010.3 s @ 751 ft
Est. max acceleration1.03 g (10 m/s²)
18m slalom72.5 kph (45.0 mph)
Est. emissions306 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.10 g (11 m/s²)
100 kph - 030 m (98 ft)
200 kph - 0122 m (401 ft)
70 mph - 041 m (136 ft)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Naturally aspirated V10
Displacement 5.2 l (318 ci / 5204 cc)
Power 640 ps (631 bhp / 471 kw) @ 8000 rpm
Torque 600 Nm (443 lb-ft) @ 6500 rpm
Power / liter 123 ps (121 hp)
Power / weight 400 ps (394 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 375 Nm (276 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 40 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 13 ps
Transmission 7 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.8 s
60 - 100 kph (5)3.9 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.8 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.8 s
80 - 120 kph (6)5.4 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.3 s
80 - 160 kph (4)5.5 s
80 - 160 kph (5)7.7 s
80 - 160 kph (6)10.8 s
100 - 140 kph2.5 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph6.3 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph17.8 s
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Thiago_Lins  1m ago

Quattroruote test?

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dante  2m ago

new times are out, can we have an update ?

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Lambolover  3m ago

1.24.12 at Tazio Novulari for Huracan Evo


Tyres: Pzero Trofeo R
Driver: Tommy Maino

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FastestLaps  4m ago

Apparently a heavily modded twin turbo Huracan (ZYRUS LP1200) did 6:48.2 on full Nürburgring lap.


Looks like some kind of Pikes Peak monster. Not road legal in this current version as far as I can tell.

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Lambolover  4m ago


Huracan Evo lap at Tazio Nuvolari
No time available for now tho

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Lambolover  4m ago


On street and on base Pzero tires and a 2.7sec 0-60(no roll out) and a 10.44sec 131.8 mph 1/4 mile(as fast as his LP610 on Corsa tires and on dragstrip)


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AzaanPD  4m ago

More acurrate figures

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dante  5m ago

I conveyed a lot the identical to Mr. Reggiani, with my compliments. However his Zoom-conveyed smile light once I requested him how these decibels may survive the following plateau of EU-mandated noise restrictions. The phrases “quiet Lamborghini” conjure an imaginative clean.

“It’s actually a catastrophe,” Mr. Reggiani stated. The nearer risk, he stated, is an EU emissions rule in 2023 that can require particulate filters for gasoline vehicles. Fuel particulate filters can be a nonissue aside from the truth that GPFs, like turbochargers, cut back exhaust gases’ vitality (loudness), sticking a mute in Lambo’s very pricey trombone.

U.S. regulators don’t as but require GPFs, however vehicles imported from Europe will in all probability have them anyway, within the pursuits of single growth value. My supply at Porsche tells me the exhaust plumbing of vehicles will look the identical on either side of the Atlantic however the filter itself could also be totally different.

By 2027, the EU will even decrease car noise limits to 68 dB (at present 74) and shut some loopholes that, for instance, permit automobiles to sneak by the take a look at microphones on minimal energy. Two-stage “energetic exhaust” programs—which swap to a louder, much less restricted mode when the engine rises above about 3,500 rpm—have been invented to end-run noise restrictions.

The Evo RWD has a type of, too, tied into the adaptive dynamics software program, the “ANIMA” system. In Strada mode, the automobile sounds pretty restrained, although clearly seething in frustration. Toggle as much as the Sport or Corsa mode and dump valves open, basically straight-piping the exhaust. The devil-dancing-on-drumheads will get immediately louder, wider, darker and extra penetrating. It’s an entire different expertise, like an motion film with the surround-sound turned up, reasonably than off.

Mr. Reggiani, now again at work in Sant’Agata Bolognese, stated the corporate is wrapping its collective head round future noise limits. Feelings, he famous, will be evoked in numerous methods. “We don’t have a daily [cylinder] firing order,” he stated. “We use an irregular firing order to have a top quality of peak-low, we name galoppante.” Per emozione, ci, fa bene.

I may need guessed Lamborghini’s long-term prospects would have been threatened by another sort of social regulation, both emissions, security, or consumption. I by no means thought a black swan could possibly be so quiet.

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dante  5m ago

Lamborghini Huracán Evo: Why the EU Is Silencing Screaming Supercars

MAURIZIO REGGIANI hates peace and quiet. The chief technical officer for Automobili Lamborghini has spent years crafting its vehicles’ aural signature and increasing their perimeter of shock, utilizing pure, candy quantity. Please think about the orchestral insolence of our tester, the 2020 Huracán Evo RWD. This up to date model of the Huracán mid-engine berlinetta (2014) is powered by the corporate’s barrel-chested 5.2-liter V10, naturally aspirated, with five-octave output now pegged at 610 hp.

Is it loud? If Vatican Metropolis wanted an air-raid siren, the pope may simply park one in every of these in St. Peter’s Sq. and rev the nuts off.

Lamborghini’s Huracán Evo RWD is probably the most emotionally vivid, and acoustically florid, of the present supercars.

In our interview two weeks in the past, I requested Mr. Reggiani about what appeared like elevated ranges of rage hormones and fit-tossing histrionics within the revised Huracán, in addition to a bigger kill-zone of envy. He appeared happy.

“The sound must be emotional,” stated Mr. Reggiani, himself a soft-spoken man. The automobile “has to make the fitting music.”

Which brings us again to the engine. Forged in Neckarsulm, Germany, and shared with company stablemate Audi R8, the free-breathing V10 isn’t the freshest engine within the land of Cash Make-Imagine. In contrast with any variety of turbocharged Porsches, the Evo RWD isn’t even notably fast off the road (0-to-62 mph in 3.Three seconds), although it does then get up properly (0-124 mph in 9.Three seconds).

The Huracán Evo RWD is, nonetheless, probably the most emotionally vivid, and acoustically florid, of the present supercars—the one almost certainly to convey a tear to your eye and a noise grievance from the rock quarry subsequent door—largely as a result of it retains the large-bore, naturally aspirated engine. (Be aware: Turbocharged engines are quieter, all issues being equal, as a result of some portion of the exhaust-gas vitality is used to pressurize air feeding the engine.)

With the Huracán, Mr. Reggiani—one of many handful of executives who get to say, lastly, what a Lamborghini is or isn’t—fortunately trades a measure of energy density for an entire symphony of ripping, raging charisma, the automobile’s loud public gargling of testosterone. This mindset frees the Lamborghini model from the tyranny of efficiency superlatives in favor of giving the shopper what he/she actually desires: a richer, extra fulfilling journey to jail.

Plop down within the padded carbon shell of a driving seat, flip up the purple ignition-button guard within the middle console, and press the button/drop the needle: tee-twee-BAHHH…. The V10 wakes up ornery, with gasoline on its breath and a portentous idle, a getaway automobile exterior the First Nationwide Financial institution of Life.

I’m sorry, what!? In contrast to Audi’s R8, there’s little sound-deadening between occupants and the firebox/dual-clutch seven-speed. Even at reasonable engine speeds, the V10 swamps the cabin with coloratura sawmill sounds. At about 4,500 rpm it’s completely on the cam. Right here throttle demand, engine swell and violent thrust come collectively in a single whiplashing, synesthesial entire—not Om, however Wahhhh!

Lay off the gasoline, have a chunk of carbo-ceramic brake, and paddle-downshift. The revs shimmer, then skip-stutter down, because the dual-port exhaust snaps and crackles like a field of ammo within the campfire. Are you able to hear me now?

The most effective are these fleeting milliseconds atop gears one by way of 4, stolen on the worth of civic decency, when the Evo RWD reaches its thrilling, chilling, brawny, bratty crescendo (8,000 rpm). Oh, honey! It would make a grown man cry.

I conveyed a lot the identical to Mr. Reggiani, with my compliments. However hi

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dante  5m ago


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SpeedKing  9m ago

Oh look the Huracan Evo is faster than the Performante at Magny Cours?? yeah right lol


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SpeedKing  10m ago

To CYC and others sucked in by 0-60 mph BS here's a reality check for you. The VBox acceleration figures for the Huracan Evo at 5:04 do not include roll out so you need to subtract 0.22-0-24 secs to get industry standard figures so 0-100 km/h is 2.89-2.91. The 0-60 would be approx 2.78. Of course Motortrend using their weather correction figures will get a marginally quicker time, no doubt...


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aaayy  1y ago

This is bar none the greatest Modern lambo ever, Gimme gimme gimme.
I initially thought this was just a dressed up R8 but then I learned something: its not. The only shared bit is the engine, which is actually built by Lamborghini, and Audi supplies the block while Lambo build the engines (of their own parts) and sends them to Audi. The Lamborghini V10 is much more racetrack oriented then the Audi’s engine. Even the transmission isn’t the same, as Lamborghini makes it’s own transmission now for this car. It also looks good. Really good. Maybe the best looking Lamborghini ever. Also, what’s the point of buying an Aventador when you can get a faster, cheaper, better handling car for less?

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FastestLaps  1y ago

Sport Auto France measured 28 liter/100 km fuel consumption, presumably that includes track testing. Still hilarious.

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SpeedKing  1y ago

Lamborghini Huracan Evo lap time Hockenheim GP 1:49


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MacTavish   2y ago

I would like to see its performance on performante's tracks

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fakekillerfour  2y ago

Huracan LP640-4 Evo against McLaren 650S:

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fakekillerfour  2y ago

Autocar Lamborghini Huracán LP640-4 Evo review:


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Hans  2y ago

I hope that successor of this car will sill have NA V10 engine.

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FastestLaps  2y ago

Dec it. I am throwing my Performante in trash. I need this Lambo, new Lambo gimme gimme gimme Lambo