Hong Kong Gets Monster Race-Spec Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 ST


We hope it gets an owner who will thrash it weekly.

Previously spotted on US soil, the Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo has popped up on our radar again, this time across the globe at Kingsway Cars Limited, the official Lamborghini dealer in Hong Kong. This custom built Lamborghini is not for the street. It’s a beast of a car built for duty on the racetrack and it has the modifications and the spec to be a competitive racer. The car, along with many others, was built to compete in the single-make Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Championship.

The series is a partnership between the exclusive Swiss watchmaker and Lamborghini that offers the well to do a racing league for “gentleman drivers” to compete with each other at various tracks around the world behind the wheel of a race-spec Huracan. There’s no word if this car is destined for a life of high RPM and hard braking or if it will just be an addition to a wealthy collector’s garage. It would be a shame for it to not see any track time, though, so even if it doesn’t compete we’d at least like to see videos of it being driven in anger at supercar track days. With a matte paint and full race livery, the Super Trofeo is certainly one of the best-looking Huracans out there, and it has the bite to match the bark.

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The Lamborghini is powered by a tweaked version of the manufacturer’s normally aspirated 5.2-liter V12 that produces 611 hp (620 metric horsepower). It has dropped the four-wheel drive setup for a rear-wheel drive one. Being powered by the rear wheels has saved the Super Trofeo weight, which is what you need in a racecar. Thanks to Dallara Engineering who helped create the cars, the Lamborghini tips the scales at just 2,800 lbs. The most noticeable differences on this car are related to aero. There are wings and ducting and awesomeness all over the place. It's a hardcore kit that we're sure some owners with no intention of racing would like to get their hands on.

“We are delighted to deliver the Huracán Super Trofeo race car in Hong Kong. With its cutting-edge, track-focused development, the high-performance Huracán Super Trofeo elevates the racing DNA of the Huracán to another level," says Lamborghini Hong Kong’s Albert Wong.

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