The Lamborghini Huracan Evo in question may not be an STO, but it is still capable of great performance on the road and on the track.
Not STO, but almost. The exterior of the V10-powered supercar is painted in Arancio Borealis orange, one of the typical colors of the Huracan. This is a special shade of orange that shines in the sun. The car’s owner then had it fitted with a specific front bumper and a carbon fiber spoiler to make it sportier and more aggressive. The body modifications continue along the car with side skirts also in carbon fiber. At the rear of this Huracan Evo, there is a matching diffuser, an imposing spoiler, a carbon fiber engine cover and a titanium exhaust system.
A set of new rims were also installed to improve the look. The wheels in question come from Strasse. They measure 20 inches in the front and 21 in the back and are painted in gloss black.
Stylish and efficient
Not only do they reinforce the sporty character of the car, but these machined rims also match the carbon fiber trim found everywhere around the car, and they also help to shed a few pounds.
Of course, the Huracan Evo can’t compete with its twin-turbocharged rivals from Maranello and Woking in the straight line. But question temperament and sound, difficult to beat a Lamborghini. So whether it’s STO or not, this Lamborghini will appeal to brand aficionados.