In India, Lamborghini unveiled the Huracan Tecnica, an all-new model for the brand. In the Indian market, Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica sells for Rs 4.04 crore ex-showroom. In the Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica, the V10 engine is the same used in the Huracan STO, and it sits between the Huracan Evo and the Huracan STO. Lamborghini is touting a newly-released Huracan model as the most driver-centric model in the Huracan line-up. According to the Italian supercar manufacturer, it is both road-worthy and racetrack-ready. A total of eight color options are available for the car.
According to the automaker, the new Tecnica will provide an immersive driving experience that is quite exciting while driving on the race circuit and also on the road. Stefan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Lamborghini, said, “The Tecnica complements the Huracan line-up, which sits squarely between RWD and track-focused STOs, with technology, performance, and the design evoking the Huracan’s V10 aspirated engine. has been introduced.”
There is a naturally aspirated V10 engine in the Huracan Tecnica capable of generating 640 horsepower and 565 nm of peak torque, resulting in a maximum output of 640 horsepower. A 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission transfers power to the rear wheels. To reach a speed of 100 kmph, it will take 3.2 seconds to get to 100 kmph, and it will take 9.1 seconds to reach 200 kmph. It is also claimed that the car reaches its top speed of 325 km per hour.
Regarding styling, the Tecnica looks similar to all the Huracan models available in India. Its aerodynamic design is inspired by the Cyan hybrid hypercar and designed to meet the needs of a lifestyle and track enthusiast.
A more aggressive bumper with an exhaust and rear spoiler has been added to the car’s rear, while the tail lamps remain the same. The interior of the Huracan does not appear to have been significantly altered. It seems to be very similar to the standard Huracan. Lamborghini has incorporated connected car technology into its cars, known as Lamborghini Connect.
A large amount of carbon fibre has been used in the front and rear bonnets of the Huracan Tecnica to achieve lightweight qualities, which also contributes to the sports car’s reputation.