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Trevor Collett | Sep, 23 2017 | 0 Comments

Lamborghini has lifted the lid on its new Huracan Super Trofeo model, called the EVO.

Updates over the previous version include a new aerodynamics package with new carbon-fibre body kit, a roof hatch to improve safety and a 1.5sec improvement to its lap time around the Monza circuit in Italy.

Also new for 2018 is a partnership with famous Swiss luxury watchmaker Roger Dubuis.

Thanks to the combined forces of Dallara Engineering and Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO scores a “completely redesigned” aero package which alters everything except the floor, rear diffuser and front splitter.

The aim is to match the downforce offered by the previous Super Trofeo but lower drag, and Lamborghini claims to have improved the latter by eight percent.

Power continues to come via a naturally-aspirated 5.2 litre V10 petrol engine making 456kW matched with a six-speed sequential semi-automatic transmission. Top speed is limited to 280km/h.

Prices in Europe start from €235,000 ($AU352,000) plus taxes, but owners of current Super Trofeo Huracan racers have the option of purchasing the upgraded aero package alone.

Lamborghini’s Super Trofeo is a one-make series contested by the Huracan in North America, Asia and Europe. The EVO will make its track debut in the northern Spring of next year.

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