Lamborghini has presented the Huracán Tecnica, the next-generation rear-wheel
drive V10, developed for pilots seeking driving fun and lifestyle perfection on
both road and track.
Tecnica’s moniker embodies the advanced evolution of the Huracan’s technical
prowess and, instantly distinguishable, is as much a Huracán innovation
externally as it is under the hood, with its new looks accenting improved
aerodynamics for heightened performance, stability and ease of use,
particularly on a circuit.
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 maximum
6,500 rpm and improved acceleration of 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds. The
lightweight Tecnica’s recalibrated LDVI system and distinctly tuned driving
modes with specific suspension set-up, rear-wheel direct steering, and
innovative brake cooling improvements allow the driver to experience the perfect
Huracán for every occasion: the Huracán Tecnica exploits its talents to deliver
the best of both worlds - a poignantly versatile super sports for road and
Huracán Tecnica takes the 5.2 l powerplant outputting the same 640 CV power as
its STO stablemate, producing 565 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm for exhilarating
yet comfortable everyday driving with highly responsive maximum power and
torque when demanded.
a dry weight of 1,379 kg, the Tecnica delivers a weight-to-power ratio of 2.15
kg/CV. The uprated power is matched by an enhanced, sharper engine sound at
higher revs while inside the cockpit the Tecnica provides improved acoustic
Huracán has at its heart the LDVI (Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata)
system, which controls every aspect of the car’s dynamic behaviour by
integrating vehicle systems and set-up to deliver feed-forward pre-control in
virtual real-time, for perfect driving dynamics.
rear-wheel drive Tecnica incorporates 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 Tecnica to provide a highly differentiated response
to each environment.
STRADA, the rear-wheel-steering provides stability and manoeuvrability,
complemented by the torque vectoring and P-TCS. The engine and gearbox are both
tuned for comfortable everyday driving in every setting.
SPORT mode is selected, maximum driving fun comes from the rear-wheel
steering’s enhanced oversteer and the enhanced slip threshold of the P-TCS,
while torque vectoring ensures the Tecnica’s agility and responsiveness in the hands
of the driver. The highly responsive powertrain sparks at the touch of the
accelerator and the seven-speed gearbox provides a tactile and emotive shift.
CORSA mode, the car’s and driver’s race spirit is awoken: the Tecnica responds
to the pilot’s every input with extreme precision, with the naturally aspirated
Lamborghini engine’s roar an impassioned reminder of the car’s track talents.
The powertrain is calibrated to provide optimized track-oriented throttle
response and the fastest gearshifts, with the Tecnica demonstrating maximum
precision and agility from all systems via the LDVI, including maximum lateral
and longitudinal grip from the torque vectoring and P-TCS respectively.
performance comes with new brake cooling management, inspired by track-based
Lamborghini experience, delivering consistently better braking performance on
both road and track. The Tecnica’s carbon ceramic brakes adopt specifically
designed cooling deflectors and calliper ducts, directing the airflow into the discs
to maximise heat dissipation and reduce brake fluid temperatures and brake
pedal elongation: the reduction in disc temperatures also supports brake pad
consumption.Aerodynamic inspired design
Huracán Tecnica sports a significant and sophisticated design revision,
impressing its dual personality of an iconic super sports lifestyle and
track-oriented car from every angle. Aerodynamic efficiency and lightweight
engineering energize every element while retaining a distinct elegance, with
the Tecnica clearly distinguishable from its Huracán stablemates.
revised design lends the Tecnica a stronger, predatory stance: a powerful,
inward-facing front with muscular shoulders meets a lightweight, fully carbon
fiber hood. A new bumper featuring the Terzo Millennio’s black Ypsilon design,
incorporates an air curtain for the first time in a Huracán. A new front
splitter, with lower, open slats directing air through the wheels, contributes
to improved downforce and cooling. Black at the base of the windscreen increases
the lightweight impression.
profile of the car also sets it apart from the Huracán family: at 6.1 cm longer
than the Huracán EVO it is the same height and width but appears lower and
broader, with a silhouette inspired by 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, emphasizing the car’s dynamic vitality,
while the body-color roof can also be painted black as an option.
clear, sculptural architecture that defines a Lamborghini is as evident in the
revised rear. The reshape of the rear, including a new vertical rear glass
window gives improved visibility, while a redesigned engine hood in lightweight
carbon fiber celebrates the V10 heart of the Tecnica. The powerful rear
incorporates a new bumper with optimized air inlet; diffuser painted in body
color or optional black; and combines new hexagonal exhaust pipes that deliver
the enhanced fanfare from the Tecnica’s powertrain.
aesthetically the fixed rear wing completes the unique lines of the Tecnica,
its aero design essentially contributes to the 35% improvement in rear
downforce compared to the Huracán EVO RWD, as well as ensuring no increase in
drag: in fact, drag is reduced by 20%, improving aero balance and supporting
stability during braking and turning speed. The Tecnica’s underbody is also
optimized with new aero deflectors for improved aerodynamic efficiency.
Damiso 20” diamond cut wheels, taking inspiration from the Lamborghini Vision
GT, sport a hexagonal design and are fitted with Bridgestone Potenza Sport
versatility of the Huracán Tecnica continues in its interior as well as in the
extensive customization options available: the Huracán Tecnica delivers what the
driver wants, in the way it looks, in its dynamic set-up and driver feed-back,
in its connectivity but most importantly in its capabilities on both road and
track.Inside, the height-adjustable sports seats immerse the pilot in his
cockpit. Further options include a lightweight door design; a rear arch and
wheel bolts in lightweight titanium; and harness seat belts for those heading
more regularly to the circuit.
redesigned, sophisticated HMI interface is exclusive to the Tecnica. The
driver’s instrument panel reduces colors and emphasizes readability in a large
new ‘arc’ in front of the pilot. The central console screen puts the
fun-to-drive elements at the disposal of the cockpit’s occupants, including 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.
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