There's a large 8.4-inch touchscreen inside the cabin.
After a couple of teasers released on the Unica smartphone app reserved to Lamborghini clients, the new Huracan EVO is making its full debut today for everyone to see and admire. The new version is essentially a mid-cycle refresh for the baby Lambo bringing an assortment of upgrades inside and out as well as in the engine compartment.
Other important changes to the car’s technical specifications include the adoption of rear-wheel steering for extra agility as well as a four-wheel torque vectoring system. Lamborghini's engineers have also updated the active suspension with instantly adaptable dampers and have tweaked the all-wheel-drive system to support power transfer to only one wheel.
We’ve already gone through the subtle design changes in the previous article, but we only had a single image showing the rear of the car with its Performante-like dual exhaust and a more aggressive bumper. The front of the Huracan Evo features a meaner bumper with a splitter featuring a built-in wing to enhance aero. At the sides, we notice the new 20-inch alloy wheels in the Aesir design and the reshaped air intakes.
By far the biggest changes have occurred inside the cabin where the center console now accommodates a big 8.4-inch touchscreen display as previously mentioned. It has support for multi-finger gestures and it’s from where the driver will adjust just about everything, including the seats, climate control settings, as well as the Apple CarPlay integration. Voice commands are also supported, as is an optional dual-camera telemetry system if you plan on taking your Huracan EVO to the track.