Lamborghini unveiled a new variant for the Huracan called the Tecnica. This new model is a performance cocktail taking the best bits from the rear-wheel-drive Huracan EVO and top-tier STO. Lamborghini believes the Huracan Tecnica is a vessel for reaching “lifestyle perfection.” We are unsure what that means, but we know the Tecnica achieves it using a naturally-aspirated V10.
Behind the 2022 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica driver seat is the same 631-hp, 417 lb.-ft of torque V10 engine used in the STO. Lamborghini says the Tecnica’s engine produces a sharper sound at higher revs compared to STO to make it unique to its own. However, the Huracan Tecnica is not as extravagant as the STO in aerodynamic styling. But that is not to say the Tecnica looks tame by any means. You can spot styling cues inspired by Lamborghini’s past concept cars and limited-edition supercars like Easter eggs throughout the Tecnica’s exterior. Like its Y-shaped motif under the car’s front headlights seen in the Lamborghini Sian or the Damiso 20-inch diamond-cut wheels that look similar to the ones featured on the Vision GT.
The new Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica is intended to be a track-ready supercar. According to Lamborghini, the Huracan Tecnica is fitted with a new front splitter and underbody aids to reduce its drag by 20 percent. In addition, carbon fiber parts like the hood, a slatted carbon-fiber engine cover, and a thinner rear window help reduce the car’s curb weight. Standard go-fast equipment on the Tecnica includes rear-axle steering, torque vectoring, and carbon-ceramic disc brakes with cooling vents in the bodywork. In addition, the car features the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) borrowed from the Huracan EVO. Buyers can also opt for lightweight door panels and a racing harness for track-day flexing. Pricing for the 2022 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica has not been announced. However, those who sign on the dotted line can expect their new Tecnica to be delivered this year.
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