Back in 2015, Lamborghini unveiled the Huracan Super Trofeo, a model designed to compete on various race tracks. Three years ago, the Italians unveiled the EVO variant, which is basically a facelift of the racing car.

Now, it is time for another facelift. Its name is pretty simple: Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2, and it will compete starting next year.

The revised version of the Italian model comes with slimmer LED lights at the front and rear, a new front spoiler lip, and new developed air curtain intakes.

Also, the car will feature a new rear wing, while some plastic materials have been replaced with carbon fiber for the side member paneling and the rear appendages.

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Under the hood there are no modifications. The Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 uses the same V10 5.2 liter with 620 horsepower. The engine resources are sent to the rear wheels via a six speed sequential gearbox.