How would you configure yours?
This week saw the . More than just a typical facelift, the baby Lambo received a new name and a that produces 630 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque in addition to more aggressive styling. Lamborghini has also reduced the car’s weight down to 3,135 pounds, enabling the supercar to sprint from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 201 mph.
With a starting price of $261,274, it's fair to say not many people will be able to afford to buy one. But thanks to the launch of , we can create the virtual Lamborghini Huracan Evo of our dreams that we have no hope of ever affording.
First, you’ll need to choose a color for the exterior, of which there are 40 options. Five are available in the "Solid” entry-level category, while another five are available in the "Metallic” category. 13 colors are in "Pearl" including the new four-layer "Arancio Xanto” finish exclusive to the Huracan Evo, 11 are in "Matt", and six form part of the "Special Metallic" category. The exterior can then be further customized with a Style package, which adds either gloss black accent pieces or body color panels including a rear diffuser.
Four distinctive designs are available for the 20-inch wheels, which are available in either forged silver shiny black, matt black, or a dark gunmetal, depending on the wheel. Some are available with a red center bolt, and there are also eight color options for the brake calipers. If you want to show off the Huracan Evo’s vicious V10, a transparent engine cover can be fitted.
Inside, you’ll find eight different interior options, including Unicor leather, a single-colored and multi-colored Sportivo leather, a multi-colored Alcantara, an Elegante leather available with optional black accents and a Sportivo Alcantara with black seats. Naturally, the floor mats, seat belts, and steering wheel can be customized with different colors and materials as well.
Additional options include a travel and smoker package, Lamborghini telemetry, a lifting system, an ambient light package, and naturally, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. No prices are listed for these options, but then that probably isn’t much of a concern if you can afford the car’s steep asking price. Customer deliveries for the Lamborghini Huracan Evo will begin in the spring.