How would you configure yours?
This week saw the surprise reveal of the Lamborghini Huracan Evo. More than just a typical facelift, the baby Lambo received a new name and a more powerful V10 engine lifted from the Huracan Performante that produces 630 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque in addition to more aggressive styling. Lamborghini has also reduced the car’s weight down to 3,135 pounds, enabling the supercar to sprint from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 201 mph.
With a starting price of $261,274, it's fair to say not many people will be able to afford to buy one. But thanks to the launch of Lamborghini’s new online configurator, we can create the virtual Lamborghini Huracan Evo of our dreams that we have no hope of ever affording.
First, you’ll need to choose a color for the exterior, of which there are 40 options. Five are available in the "Solid” entry-level category, while another five are available in the "Metallic” category. 13 colors are in "Pearl" including the new four-layer "Arancio Xanto” finish exclusive to the Huracan Evo, 11 are in "Matt", and six form part of the "Special Metallic" category. The exterior can then be further customized with a Style package, which adds either gloss black accent pieces or body color panels including a rear diffuser.
Four distinctive designs are available for the 20-inch wheels, which are available in either forged silver shiny black, matt black, or a dark gunmetal, depending on the wheel. Some are available with a red center bolt, and there are also eight color options for the brake calipers. If you want to show off the Huracan Evo’s vicious V10, a transparent engine cover can be fitted.
Inside, you’ll find eight different interior options, including Unicor leather, a single-colored and multi-colored Sportivo leather, a multi-colored Alcantara, an Elegante leather available with optional black accents and a Sportivo Alcantara with black seats. Naturally, the floor mats, seat belts, and steering wheel can be customized with different colors and materials as well.
Additional options include a travel and smoker package, Lamborghini telemetry, a lifting system, an ambient light package, and naturally, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. No prices are listed for these options, but then that probably isn’t much of a concern if you can afford the car’s steep asking price. Customer deliveries for the Lamborghini Huracan Evo will begin in the spring.