On sale for 369,000 Euros.
Lamborghini has unveiled the new Huracan GT3 racecar at its headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese, following the debut of the LP 620-2 Super Trofeo last year. The company's Squadra Corse team will race the Huracan GT3 in the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series, which runs over five European venues including the Spa-Francorchamps 24-hours. Development of previous Lamborghini racers were previously outsourced to companies like Reiter Engineering who built the Gallardo GT3.
But the Huracan has been created in-house, albeit with assistance from motorsports experts Dallara who crafted the aerodynamics. These include an adjustable front spoiler, a new hood, carbon-fiber canards, revised side skirts, an aggressive rear diffuser and adjustable rear wing.
Other exterior mods include LED lights all round, and twin sports exhaust system. Using an Alu-Carbon chassis and fully integrated roll cage, the Huracan GT3 comes in at just 1,239 kg, with a 42/58 front/rear distribution thanks to a modified subframe that houses the water radiator up front and the gearbox in the rear. The Huracan's 5.2-liter V10 has been modified for the GT3 with specially-designed wiring and connectors, while a Bosch Motorsport control unit manages traction control, the TFT display on the dash, and the sequential six-speed transmission. The engine is also mated to a three-disc racing clutch.
The GT3 receives high-performance brakes, a pneumatic lifting system, a carbon frame seat, multi-function steering wheel, adjustable pedals and a roof hatch for emergency access. Lamborghini will race the Huracan GT3s in this vibrant lime green livery, but private teams can pick one up for 369,000 Euros if they want to compete against the firm. Check out the video to see what its capable of.