The Huracan Evo is the latest iteration of the "entry-level" Italian supercar. With slightly updated style, including new front and rear bumper designs and a relocated exhaust and rear spoiler, the Huracan blends aggressive design with improved aerodynamic efficiency.
And better aero isn't a bad thing when you want to keep a 630-horsepower V10 engine on the pavement. To that end, the Evo also features a new integrated car control system that brings all of the Huracan's separate systems — steering, braking, traction control and a new all-wheel-steering system — under one computer's roof (the romantically named Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata, or LDVI).
Inside, the Huracan Evo's electronics include a new 8.4-inch touchscreen with gesture control that controls infotainment functions such as Apple CarPlay, navigation and a video player, along with seat adjustments and climate control. The display can also show the LDVI system working its magic in real time.