You’ve seen it as a coupe. You’ve seen it as a convertible. We have also brought you a number of different tuned versions of it. Now let’s have an up close and personal look at the Lamborghini Huracan SuperTrofeo which is the racing version of this Italian super car, and one of the best looking race cars of possibly all time.
This particular Lamborghini Huracan SuperTrofeo belongs to – as you may have already guessed from the livery – GMG Racing, on display at Lamborghini Newport Beach. Designed as a contender for the one-make Blancpain SuperTrofeo racing series, this car could be considered as the inspiration for the Huracan LP 580-2, seeing as they are both rear-wheel-drive and track-focused.
Before we get to the pictures and technical specifications of the car, let’s check it out in action in this brilliant video by BrianZuk:
As for the specs and details, Lamborghini Huracan SuperTrofeo boasts a MOTEC M182 engine management system with a 9 position Traction Control which gives it 620 horsepower and immensely greater track capability than the standard version. It also features a 6-speed sequential gearbox electrically actuated by Marelli with a 3 discs racing clutch Light weight flywheel, Brembo racing brakes, double wishbones with rigid bushing, and complete aero kit with quick fixing (DZUST) as well as Pirelli slick tires.