Lamborghini recently showcased the new Huracan GT3 EVO2, a fully FIA 2022-compliant model developed by Squadra Corse of Sant’Agata Bolognese.

The GT3 EVO2 is based on the Huracan STO; as such, it shares important design elements, including a rear-wheel drive setup fed by the naturally aspirated V10 engine. In the road-going version, that puts out 640 horsepower. 

Another design carryover is the hexagonal air scoop design and the rear fin, contributing to a more efficient intake and better overall balance. Air entering the V10 is regulated by 10 new electronically actuated throttle bodies and titanium valves. Interestingly enough, this entire system was designed for easy removal and maintenance, affixed to the engine by just four screws.

Bodywork is fully carbon fiber, boasting new splitters, a new diffuser and underbody, all of which save weight and improve aero. Even the floor is made of carbon fiber; it’s coated in high-strength Zylon fiber. The rear wing is inspired by the STO, mounted on aluminum alloy pillars and allowing for greater adjustability and precision. Inside, a redesigned roll cage increases overall safety, and carbon-Kevlar honeycomb side panels increase door-impact safety.

The GT3 EVO2 can be delivered to customers in the second half of this year, and Huracan GT3 EVO owners can upgrade their rides to the same spec.