2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Price, Specs, Interior – What’s up everybody and welcome back, in today’s review we’re gonna take a look at this brand new 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo. This is the second-generation Huracan, so many new features inside and out.
2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Changes
The overall length is 177 point inches. With a wheelbase of 103 points 1 inch. We get a height of 45.8 and a width of 76 points one inch. The chassis of the vehicle is constructed of carbon fiber, as well as aluminum. This features carbon-ceramic disc brakes in all four corners. We have six-piston brake calipers upfront with 380-millimeter rotors. And four-piston calipers in the rear with 356-millimeter rotors.
To help the Evo handle even better than the previous generation Huracan. This features Lamborghini’s all-wheel steering that effectively shortens the wheelbase in slow speed settings. While lengthening the wheel in high-speed settings. The wheels will turn in opposite directions at slow speeds and the same direction at the high speeds. While the new Evo isn’t a brand new car comparing it to the previous generation Huracan. The design is a natural evolution from the previous generation just to give it the next step up.
The new aerodynamics not only look much sharper and aggressive. But also creates much more downforce than before. The new front bumper has a much more aggressive design than before. We have many openings to channel as much air into the vehicle as possible to allow maximum cooling to the radiators as well as allow maximum airflow throughout the front bumper. There’s a channel cut out in the front splitter to allow more airflow. And then on each side of the bumper, there are more cutouts to let the air go into the bumper out around the front wheels.
This 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo also features four parking sensors upfront. It has LED daytime running lights with dual projector-beam headlights. You can see more sharp lines within the top portion of the front bumper with your Lamborghini badge. Two contours in the hood to help give it a more aggressive appearance. And the overall front end flows together very nicely. It’s incredibly aggressive, looking very wedge-shaped. It cuts down very low as you get to the front portion of the bumper. And you can see how the whole front end of the car flows very nicely from the front end all the way above the windshield. As you make our way to the side profile of the vehicle, you can get that classic Lamborghini design. The mid-engine design just gives it a very proportional look to it.
We get the blue brake calipers within the carbon-ceramic disc brakes. Then that finish on the wheels goes very nicely with the matte paint color all around. The side mirrors have an aggressive look to them with more points and angles. You get a body line on the top portion of the door that flows from the front fenders all the way to the rear end of the vehicle. The lower side skirts have functional intake vents to allow even more cooling two more coolers within the car.
The interior of this car’s finished off with black leather. We have a lot of gold accents all throughout as well as the carbon skin package. If you start with the door panel, you can see all the black leather all throughout it. We get gold stitching and gold piping along the armrest portion of it. You can see the carbon skin coloring right here. Kind of got a carbon fiber weave to it. It has a really nice look at it; we even get more gold stitching all around. We have the aluminum grab handle right here with more hexagonal shapes, you’ll find that all throughout the car. More hexagon shapes around the mirror controls. Your lock and unlock part of your speakers on the top. And the lower portion we get a little bit of storage down below even finished with leather on the interior.
And now, with only the electronics on, we can get a great look at the digital instrument cluster. We have the center mount attack as well as your gear and speedometer. We have temperatures over on the left side as well as your fuel on the right. If we toggle between different driving modes, we have Strada, sport, and then Corsa. Strada is your normal Street driving mode; this is the default that the car is going to start up. And going down into sport is, of course, a little bit more aggressive. You can see how things turn yellow, just a little bit more aggressive. And then as we click our way down into Corsa, this is the full-on race mode. We have a full center tach that fills up the entire screen with a massive gear in the center as well.
2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Engine
At the heart of the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo, this is powered by a 5.2 liter naturally aspirated 10 cylinder engine. That cranks out 630 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. The engine is only paired to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and sends the power to all four wheels. And with a curb weight around 3400 pounds, you can expect 0 to 60 come in at 2.5 seconds. With a top speed around 200 miles an hour.
2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Price and Release Date
The model that we’re looking at today is finished off in Grigio Artiste. And has an MSRP of three hundred and twenty-one thousand dollars.