Lamborghini announced a new premiere for April 12, hinting at the upcoming Huracan Tecnica, a new version of the baby Lambo that’s expected to be positioned as a tamer variant of the flagship STO.
The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica – previously rumored to be called the JV Stradale – has been spied testing in the Arctic Cycle alongside the off-road-style Huracan Sterrato. The cryptic teaser is showing the V10 badge on a carbon-fiber engine cover proving we talking about one of the two already-confirmed Huracan-based models that are coming in 2022 and not one of the two Urus-related debuts.
The Tecnica will be a hardcore version of the Huracan, sharing many components with the bonkers STO minus the extreme aero components. It is expected to come with a different bodykit, including an aggressive front bumper, a rear wing similar to the one used by the now-discontinued Performante, a large diffuser, a custom engine cover, and a new set of wheels further distinguishing it from the base-spec EVO.
Under the skin, the Huracan Tecnica will be very similar to the STO. This means it will be fitted with the same 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 producing 631 hp (640 PS) and 565 Nm (417 lb-ft) of torque sending power to the rear wheels. The model might not be as track-focused as the STO but it will most likely retain the carbon-ceramic brakes while it could get a slightly different suspension tune.
The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica could be a limited production offering and one of the swan songs of the Huracan range before the plug-in hybrid successor arrives in 2024. The Tecnica should be cheaper than the STO which started at $327,838 (pre-tax) in the United States when it was unveiled back in 2020.
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