Since its founding in 2009, Lamborghini’s Super Trofeo series has served as an ideal proving ground for its road- and race-going vehicles, with nearly 1,000 participating drivers boasting a combined 310 competition hours. Add to that incredibly high production counts per model (for instance, some 400 Huracáns have been made for the event), and it’s easy to see why the Raging Bull shows no signs of slowing down.
For the latest installment in its line of loud-mouthed racers, Lamborghini has flexed over seven years of Huracán manufacturing experience to develop its most track-capable model yet. Dubbed the ‘Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2,’ it makes for quite the aerodynamic upgrade when compared to its predecessor. Around the front, you’ll find that it features new slimmed-down LED headlights and a more pronounced front spoiler reminiscent of the Sían hybrid. Elsewhere, Lamborghini has treated the EVO2 to further changes, trading plastic body panels for carbon fiber and improving the brakes for better command of that 620hp 5.2L V10. And while the Huracán is still very much dominated by a monstrous carbon fiber wing at the rear, it’s also been given an arched carbon bumper, redesigned diffuser fins, and even some Countach-inspired taillights. Click the link below for more.