The Lamborghini Huracan has spent nearly the past decade as Lamborghini’s V10-powered supercar, and throughout that time in its role, it has shown an ability to be incredible on the track and on the road, with amazing performance, luxurious appointments, Lamborghini’s well-known striking design, and clever engineering. After a decade of incredible Huracans, the Huracan Tecnica brings together the best of different Huracan variants and puts it into a unique and very collectible package. With the Tecnica being one of the Huracan’s latest variants, you might be wondering why one should be in your garage. If so, here are 5 reasons why you should own a new Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica.
At first glance, you can tell that the Huracan Tecnica isn’t your average Huracan. While the design language is present that traces back to the original Huracan which features Lamborghini’s look that remains futuristic today with sharp lines, angular silhouettes, and bold colors, the Huracan Tecnica’s front end is extensively changed to stand out from other Huracan models, and it receives a spoiler at the back as well.
The objective of the Huracan Tecnica was to combine the amazing performance of the Huracan STO with the style, luxury, comfort, and livability of the more tame Huracan Evo. As a result, those who want to drive their supercar and enjoy it on the road and the track will love the Huracan Tecnica’s balance of comfort and luxury with supercar performance.
When it comes to the most brutal and unrelenting performance, the Lamborghini Huracan STO takes the top spot, but its track focus makes it hard to drive as an everyday supercar. With the STO’s engine, the Tecnica is a comfortable car that is still able to reach a top speed of 202 mph, rocketing from 0-60 in just 3.2 seconds.
Throughout much of the history of the Lamborghini Huracan, it was offered exclusively as an all-wheel drive supercar. While all-wheel drive often does offer improved traction, grip, and off-the-line acceleration, it also adds weight, and simply isn’t as fun or true to the performance car experience for many enthusiasts, which is why the Tecnica is a rear-wheel drive car, which for many enthusiasts is the making of a true driver’s car.
A Dying Breed
As the automotive industry is transitioning towards electrification, cars without hybrid powertrains, and especially those with large, powerful engines are quickly disappearing, which is bad news for many car enthusiasts. The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica will undoubtedly be one of the last cars to sport a naturally-aspirated V10 engine, an engine that is already rare in the automotive world.