The new Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyderby Supercarperhour
Lamborghini went into town with a revamped engine to improve the driving dynamics of the Huracan. Supercar's mission in life is to entertain drivers and spectators with outrageous chops and roofs, and the V10-powered supercar has made itself the ultimate of the race. Last year's launch of the Evo Coupé not only improved the performance features of the regular Huracan 5.2-litre V10, but also reformed the car's dynamics package to improve its cornerability.
A new torque vectoring system controls the force applied to the wheels with a new rear steering system from the Aventador S, which in practice helps the Evo to spin in corners at extraordinary speed. The RWD configuration eliminates certain functions of torque vectoring but the new performance tramction control system (P-TCS) allows greater freedom to loosely pedal the rear end in drifting.
Lamborghini prides itself on the fact that its Lamborghini DiNamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system transmits all sorts of information to a central processor to optimise chassis performance in all situations, such as rear steering adjustment, functioning brake torque vectoring and adaptive dampers to maximise car manoeuvrability. In fact, the company claims that the system anticipates upcoming situations thanks to various sensors that detect steering, braking, acceleration, gear selection and even the size of the driver's shirt. Limited contact with the updated technology makes reviews hesitant, but the system seems to work well in practice.