2019 Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: Coupé (two-door)
Segment: Exotic
Infotainment: Apple CarPlay icon Apple CarPlay   Android Auto icon Android Auto  
Production years: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024

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Lamborghini made another special version for the Huracan lineup and produced the EVO RWD for those who were not scared to drive a 600+ hp rear-wheel-drive supercar and do that daily.

Lamborghini was responsible for many superb supercars. In fact, it is credited with creating the first such vehicle in history, the legendary Miura, in the ‘60s. But the Italian car manufacturer had its glory days and its dark moments until the Volkswagen Group bought it. Since then, it has only known great or fantastic moments with several successful models such as the Gallardo, Murcielago, or Huracan. The latter was introduced on the market in 2014 and offered several special versions, such as the EVO RWD. It is a supercar made for those who use it properly, not just on the street in open traffic but also on a race track, with a helmet and a pair of gloves on in an overall suit.

The car’s exterior shared most of its body panels with the rest of the Huracan range. It looked like it was penned with a ruler, and the only round shape was for the wheels. Its straight-cut, angular, LED headlights looked aggressive, and the front bumper that featured a lower, mouth-like, trapezoidal shape flanked by angular and functional side scoops confirmed the car’s high-performance abilities. From its profile, the jet-fighter-inspired shape of the cabin and the air intake behind the doors created the look of a sportscar ready to attack a race track. Finally, at the back, a deployable wing adorned the tail while two round titanium exhausts punched the black rear fascia. Last but not least, as a final touch made by the aerodynamic department engineers, the supercar sported a diffuser placed under the bumper.

Inside, the Huracan EVO RWD was a combination of luxury, sportiness, and style. Fronting the driver was an LCD that filled the instrument cluster. The three-spoke steering wheel sported the buttons for the turn signals on the left spoke, while on the right one were the knobs for the windshield wiper and the washer. Furthermore, the lower spoke sported a switch that controlled the car’s three driving modes: Strada (street), Sport, and Corsa (Race). Behind the steering wheel, Lamborghini installed the paddle shifters for the gearbox. The center console that divided the high-bolstered seats housed the buttons for the parking brake and the lever for the reverse. When the automaker introduced the Huracan, the infotainment units were not that much evolved, so it didn’t create a specific place for such systems. By 2019, these became very important in a cabin, so Lamborghini had to find a way to integrate them. On the Huracan EVO RWD, that meant sticking a ten-inch touchscreen on the center console towards the dashboard.

But the real qualities of this car were in its mechanical underpinnings. Unlike the rest of the Huracan range, this was a rear-wheel-drive, tail-happy supercar. Its 5.2-liter mid-mounted, naturally aspirated engine sent all its oomph via a seven-speed automatic (dual-clutch) gearbox. As a result, the car was more than capable of doing race-track days when in Race mode but could be driven normally on public roads in Street mode.d carbon-ceramic brakes are optionally available.

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LAMBORGHINI Huracan Evo RWD 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
  1 gasoline engine
  • 5.2L V10 7AT (610 HP)

5.2L V10 7AT (610 HP)

ENGINE SPECS - 5.2L V10 7AT (610 HP)
Displacement:5204 cm3
Power:448.7 KW @ 8000 RPM
610 HP @ 8000 RPM
602 BHP @ 8000 RPM
Torque:413 lb-ft @ 6500 RPM
560 Nm @ 6500 RPM
Fuel System:Turbocharged Direct Injection
Top Speed:202 mph (325 km/h)
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph):3.3 s
Drive Type:Rear Wheel Drive
Gearbox:7-speed automatic
Front:Ventilated Discs
Rear:Ventilated Discs
Tire Size:245/35 ZR19 // 305/35 ZR19
Length:178 in (4521 mm)
Width:76.1 in (1933 mm)
Height:45.9 in (1166 mm)
Front/rear Track:65.7/63.8 in (1,669/1,621 mm)
Wheelbase:103.1 in (2619 mm)
Unladen Weight:3082 lbs (1398 kg)
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