New Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica rivals Porsche 911 GT3

At the get in touch with patch, semi-slick Bridgestone Sport tyres (305mm at the rear) are wrapped all-around a new design and style of 20in wheel.

Carbon-ceramic brakes are typical, although the compound is different to that uncovered on the STO, getting a lot more road-leaning.

Notably, the Tecnica also capabilities a new exhaust technique, which via components and application adjustments is mentioned to give the motor an aural edge in excess of the STO’s in the mid and upper reaches of its 8500rpm scope.

The bonnet lid is also carbonfire, and while the Tecnica is as extensive and tall as the Evo, it’s some 61mm more time, with the firm’s style and design crew lengthening the glasshouse in the model of the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12.  

As for chassis, the Tecnica utilizes the same rear-wheel steering as the STO and knits the agility- and stability-maximizing consequences of that process with brake-based mostly torque-vectoring and adaptive traction handle (which, depending on the driving manner chosen, enables generous yaw but only when the vehicle thinks the driver intents it), all via the digital LDVI ‘brain’ that was initially noticed on the Evo introduced in 2019. 

What the Technica lacks compared with the STO is the senior supercar’s wild aerodynamics deal, bodyweight-saving regime and clamshell bodywork. Even so, at 1379kg, the new vehicle weighs 10kg fewer than the rear-driven Evo, and neither is it devoid of some aerodynamic fangs.