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2019 Lamborghini Huracán Evo Represents the Natural Evolution of the Most Successful V10 in Lamborghini History

19 January 2019

By Scott Campbell

The new Huracán EVO unveiled for 2019, represents the natural evolution of the most successful V10 in Lamborghini history. It is the result of fine-tuning and consolidation which involves the already existing features and performance of Huracán, combined with the development of new solutions in terms of efficiency and design.

This vehicle stands out for its ability to anticipate the moves and satisfy the desires of the driver, in harmony with the Lamborghini DNA.

The design of the Huracán EVO does not present a radical change in the original iconic shape and proportions, rather it represents a natural evolution that introduces sophisticated aerodynamic solutions, while remaining faithful to the iconic Lamborghini design.

The front bumper adopts unmistakable Lamborghini design cues such as signature Y-shape stylistic elements, bonnet lines inspired by the Countach, skirt air ducts reminiscent of the Murciélago, and high-mounted exhaust tailpipes that recall the highest performing models of the Lamborghini range.

The model also introduces the new 20" Aesir rims and debuts Ad Personam colors for the car body, including Arancio Xanto [Orange].

All these elements come together elegantly produce an evolution projected towards the future that does not forget the past.

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