To commemorate two consecutive years of winning two major races, the Sebring 12 o’clock and the Daytona 24h, Lamborghini has launched a special edition of the Huracán EVO series, called the GT Celebration and limited to only 36 units.
Lamborghini and his Huracán GT3 racing car have encountered many difficulties since they started participating in large and small races around the world. Many of the cars are racing under the name of private racing teams and many of these are still owned by Squadra Corse. GRT Grasser Racing Team and Paul Miller Racing Team and their Lamborghini Huracán GT3s are the two racing teams that dominated Daytona 24h and Sebring for 12 hours in a row (2018 and 2019), bringing in four wins for Lamborghini. Currently, the GRT Grasser Racing No. 11 racing car is on display at the Lamborghini Museum.
On the Huracán EVO GT Celebration, Lamborghini brought the winning race car color scheme to this commercial supercar. On the exterior, the Huracán EVO will get the main Verde Egeria paint color, while the orange stripes are finished in Arancio Aten and separated by black borders, mimicking the paint color of the paint. the Huracán GT3. The “11” number of the winning car is also placed on the capo as well as on the rear end.
Replacing the Huracán EVO logo, two Sebring 12h and Daytona 24h logos are located in the air cavity below, in front of the rear wheel of the car. Lamborghini only produced 36 cars of this version. Number 36, which is also the total time that these two races take place, 24 hours at Daytona and 12 hours at Sebring. There will be a logo marking the car number produced, similar to the Aventador SVJ and SVJ Roadster, located in the frame of the A window.
If you look straight down, you will see the Lamborghini Squadra Corse logo placed in the middle of the hood. As a race-inspired version, Lamborghini has equipped GT Celebration with five-spoke Loge wheels, in glossy black, measuring 20 inches.
At the rear, Lamborghini has added four laurels and the victories that the car has achieved along with the lid. The diffuser is decorated with orange outlines, the third taillight rim is highlighted with three Italian flags, which are features that make the rear end stand out.
Inside, the interior of the car is covered with premium leather and black Alcantara suede as the main, and orange stitching and stitching create contrast to the cockpit. The car is equipped with a set of manual sports seats, and the seat back is made of carbon fiber. On the Huracán EVO, Lamborghini has equipped with an 8.4 inch touch screen to control the infotainment system as well as the car’s settings. Starting earlier this year, all Lamborghini Huracán EVOs sold will feature a voice command system with Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa.
As an upgraded mid-life version of the Huracán, EVO still uses the typical naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine of this model. Power is tweaked to produce 640 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque, on par with the Huracan Performante “race track”. The weight of the car remains the same at 1,422 kg. Lamborghini Huracán EVO is capable of accelerating 0-100 km / h in 2.9 seconds, 0.3 seconds faster than before and a maximum speed of 325 km / h.
On this model, Lamborghini has added a four-wheel steering system to increase flexibility and stability of the car. In addition, the car also owns a power allocation system for each wheel, the control system operates according to logic LDVI, … The vehicle’s appearance is redesigned with the direction of the Huracán Performante and the ALA system. at the front bumper. The rear gets a raised fixed spoiler, a new exhaust position and a larger diffuser.
This special edition, as noted above, will be limited to only 36 units and all of which will be sold exclusively in the US market. The detailed selling price of the car was not disclosed, however, the starting price for the Lamborghini Huracán EVO in this market starts from $ 261,274.
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