The new one Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica placed in the small space between the Evo RWD and the race-focused rear-wheel drive STO.
Designed to serve dual duty as a road and race car, the Tecnica is fitted with unique front and rear bumpers that make it 61mm longer than Evo.
At the end, the fender is dominated by a Y-shaped opening that directs air through the wheels for improved cooling and downforce. The carbon fiber bonnet helps keep the car’s dry weight at 1379kg.
At the rear there is a large diffuser available in body color or black.
There’s also a new fixed rear wing that increases downforce by 35% while reducing drag by 20%.
Behind the passenger compartment and under the carbon fiber hood there is a naturally aspirated dry storage tank 5.2 liter V10 borrowed from Huracan STO, making 470kW at 8000rpmand 565Nm at 6500rpm.
It is connected to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and comes with rear-wheel drive as standard.
According to Lamborghini, the Tecnica is capable of completing the 0-100km/h run in 3.2 seconds, hitting the 200km/h mark in 9.1 seconds, and reaching a top speed of 325km/h.
As for the rear-wheel drive Huracans, the Tecnica has an extra 21kW and 5Nm under the belt, and is also 0.3 seconds faster to 100km/h than the Evo RWD.
While it shares the engine with the wider, wilder STO, the range is 0.2 seconds faster to 100km/h and 0.1 seconds quicker to 200km/h.
The Tecnica rides on 20-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels shod with 245/30 Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires up front and fat 305/30 rubber at the rear.
Equipped with a carbon ceramic brake package with 380mm discs at the front and 356mm discs at the rear, the Tecnica can come to a complete stop from 100km/h in 31.5 metres.
The new race-inspired brake cooling system features deflectors and pipes that direct cold air to the discs to improve heat dissipation and extend brake pad life.
Lamborghini says it has specially tuned the Tecnica’s three driving modes – Strada, Sport and Corsa – to accommodate the more powerful engine, rear-wheel drive setup and rear-wheel drive system.
Inside the cabin there are height-adjustable sport seats and tweaked graphics, including new arc textures and reduced colors, for the gauges display for improved readability.
Factory options include a black roof, lightweight doors, ready-to-track seat belts, multiple interior trim choices, and eight exterior colors.
The company’s Ad Personam program greatly expands interior trim options and allows Tecnica to complete with around 200 different exterior paint choices.