Automobili Lamborghini unveiled the Huracán Tecnica: the next-generation rear-wheel drive V10. Taking its engine from the Huracán STO, with an increase of 30 CV over the Huracán EVO rear-wheel drive (RWD), the powertrain delivers 565 Nm of torque at a maximum 6,500 rpm and improved acceleration of 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds. This lightweight Huracán features recalibrated LDVI system and distinctly tuned driving modes with a specific suspension set-up, rear-wheel direct steering, and innovative brake cooling improvements.
The LDVI (Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata) system controls every aspect of the car’s behavior by integrating vehicle systems and set-up to deliver feed-forward pre-control in virtual real-time.
The rear-wheel drive Tecnica includes rear-wheel steering with direct steering ratio and torque vectoring, together with a modified Performance Traction Control System (P-TCS) and specific suspension set-up for the Tecnica. Depending on the drive mode selected – STRADA, SPORT or CORSA – every dynamic system is calibrated on the car to provide a highly differentiated response to each environment. The new brake cooling management provides better braking performance on both road and track. The carbon-ceramic brakes incorporate specifically designed cooling deflectors and calliper ducts, directing the airflow into the discs to maximize heat dissipation and reduce brake fluid temperatures and brake pedal elongation.
The Huracán Tecnica sports a powerful, inward-facing front with muscular shoulders and fully carbon fiber hood. A new bumper featuring the Terzo Millennio’s black Ypsilon design, has an air curtain. A new front splitter, with lower, open slats directing air through the wheels, helps to improve downforce and cooling.
The new exotic vehicle is 6.1 cm longer than the Huracán EVO and its silhouette draws inspiration from the daylight opening line from the Essenza SCV12. The black of the front Ypsilon feature continues along the flank of the car to the side air intakes.
The rear includes a new vertical rear glass window; a new bumper with optimized air inlet; a diffuser painted in body color or optional black; and combines new hexagonal exhaust pipes that deliver the enhanced fanfare from the Tecnica’s powertrain. A redesigned engine hood in lightweight carbon fiber showcases the V10 heart of the car. Featuring a hexagonal design, new Damiso 20” diamond cut wheels are fitted with Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires.
Inside, there are height-adjustable sports seats, lightweight doors and harness seat belts. A redesigned, sophisticated HMI interface is exclusive to the Tecnica. The driver’s instrument panel reduces colors and improves readability in a large new ‘arc’ in front of the pilot. The central console screen showcases the LDVI functions in real-time display, as well as all connectivity functions including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa. Inspired by the STO, the HMI includes connected telemetry and on-board diaries of destinations and track times, connected to the UNICA app.
The car is offered in eight standard exterior colors, however, more than 200 additional paint options are available through the Ad Personam program. The owners may opt for a new interior trim in Alcantara as well as other exclusive options such as stitching designs and colors and the ‘Tecnica’ motif embroidered into seat bolsters.
Article Source: Lux Expose