Lamborghini has whipped the covers off the Huracan GT3, a RWD version of the Huracan supercar that’s fully compliant with FIA GT3 regulations straight out of the box.
Though the front driveshafts have been removed, the Huracan's 5.2-liter V10 remains in place - albeit in a different state of tune to the road car’s 448kW/560Nm output.
Lamborghini doesn’t actually mention exactly how much the Huracan GT3 makes, but with regulations stating that power must range between 500hp and 600hp (373kW and 447kW), we can safely assume it’s no more powerful than the road car.
A Bosch Motorsport ECU controls the engine, traction control, ABS and six-speed sequential gearbox, which features a traditional clutch and is completely different to the road car’s automated manual.
Braking is handled by 380 x 34 mm steel discs at the front with six piston calipers and 355 x 32mm discs at the back with four piston calipers.
Tyres measure 315mm wide at the front and 325/705 at the rear.
Other racecar features include a stripped-out interior with an LCD race dash, race-drive friendly steering wheel, a full FIA-spec roll cage, carbon fibre bucket seat, fire suppression system and an adjustable aero package.
In fact, the only thing you need to add to make it race-ready is a driver capable of handling it.
How much? Budget at least €369,000 (AU$523,000), plus all of the other costs associated with running a GT3 race car.