Looking at the
LamborghiniHuracán Técnica from the side reveals its sporty, sleek nature, but viewing it from the front probably brings visions of the movies Cars and Transformers. Its updated front end resembles a cartoon car face, but don't let the friendly guise fool you. Lambo's latest and second-to-last Huracán Técnica offers speed, comfort, and style all rolled into one supercar.
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Lamborghini updates the Huracán Técnica
Before you ask about Lambo's specifications, you admire its exterior, which, as
Car and Drivernotes, looks like no other Lamborghini. It retains the clear sports car shape, but its engineers gifted the vehicle with a Y-shaped air curtain that reshapes the vehicle's front and aligns with its headlights.
Moving along its sides, they redesigned the daylight opening into a short hexagon. In the back, the new Lambo features a dynamic rear with a high-mounted rear wing that reduces the downforce.
This limited-edition Huracán Técnica offers much more than just a beautiful body, though. You can roar down the road with its 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces a whopping 631 horsepower. It offers rear-wheel drive, like the STO and Evo RWD trims offered for the Huracán.
Although it heavily favors motorsport design, the automaker designed it as an everyday car ideal for commuting with fixed-ratio steering. The combination of the engine and high-mounted rear wing's reduction of downforce and drag results in the Técnica outpacing Huracán Evo. The speedy coupe goes from 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 202 mph.
Inside the new Huracán Técnica
Inside the Huracán Técnica, you'll enjoy a new design of sports seats and a microfiber dashboard. Like the STO, it uses fabric door-pull openers. The automaker updated the HMI interface of the car's central touchscreen, too. If you want a rear roll cage, Lambo offers it as an option.
The new Técnica won't have much trunk space, despite the manufacturer touting this as an everyday vehicle. You can try to creatively stuff some grocery bags into the 3.5 cubic feet of trunk space, or even visit the grocery store alone and place a few bags on the passenger seat and floor. The vehicle earns 13 mpg in the city and 18 mpg on the highway for a combined 15 mpg fuel economy.
When will Lamborghini release the Huracán?
Look for the new Huracán Técnica to hit the dealership lots in 2023. While Lambo changed a lot about its supercar in this design, its price still says Lambo at $245,295 for the base model.
Choose from a bevy of trims and sticker packs to make your Lambo reflect your personality, plus more than 20 color options. The auto manufacturer made about 2,139 Huracán models in 2019, according to
Car Sales Statistics. Look for a few less than that in 2023.
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