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        Lamborghini Huracan Evo

        The new Lamborghini Huracan Evo, a Coupe from Lamborghini, was launched in India in Jan 2014. Huracan Evo has received 97% rating score from our users. Huracan Evo is preferred for its styling and performance.

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo price starts from ₹ 3.22 Crore in India. Huracan Evo is available in 14 colours - Bianco Canopus, Grigio Lynx, Bianco Monocerus, Rosso Mars, Bianco Icarus, Arancio Borealis, Verde Mantis, Grigio Nimbus, Nero Nemesis, Grigio Titans, Blu Sideris, Verde Selvans, Giallo Inti, and Nero Granatus. Huracan Evo seating capacity is 2 People. Huracan Evo mileage is 7.2 - 7.3 km/l. Huracan Evo has received Not Tested safety rating.

        Huracan Evo is available in 2 versions and 1 fuel options - Petrol. Petrol models comes with 5204cc engine which generates peak power of 602 bhp @ 8000 rpm .

        Huracan Evo competes with Skoda Octavia, Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica and McLaren GT in India.

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo Model List

        Huracan Evo Model Price Key Specs
        RWD ₹ 3.22 Crore Petrol, 5204 cc, Automatic (DCT)
        AWD ₹ 3.73 Crore Petrol, 5204 cc, Automatic (DCT)

        Huracan Evo Price


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        ₹ 3.22 - 3.73 crore

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        Huracan Evo starting EMI

        6,52,900 for 5 Years

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo Key Specifications

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        ₹ 3.22 - 3.73 Crore
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        7.2 - 7.3 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        2 People
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        Safety Rating

        Not Tested
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        3 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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        Engine Size

        5204 cc
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        Automatic (DCT)
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        4520 mm L X 2236 mm W X 1165 mm H
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        Fuel Tank

        83 litre

        Huracan Evo Expert Review


        This is the more powerful, more expensive, and more desirable version of what is one of the most successful V10-engined supercars ever, the Lamborghini Huracan. In this Evo guise, it makes almost 640bhp and 600Nm of peak torque, and this is from a naturally aspirated engine.

        There are other changes too, as part of the Evo upgrade. It gets torque vectoring, all wheel steering, and LDVI. LDVI or Lamborghini Dinamica Velcolo Integrata is a system that uses an ECU to control the car’s overall dynamic behavior. But, Lamborghini adds that instead of reacting to a situation, this system anticipates what might be needed and responds accordingly, making it quicker and more intuitive.

        There are other abbreviations that help this endeavour as well. There’s LPI (Lamborghini Piattaforma Inerziale) which uses accelerators and gyroscopic sensors to detect the Huracan’s acceleration in the three planes, as well as its roll, pitch and yaw. This info, then helps improve the response of the adaptive dampers, the car’s stability program, and its torque vectoring, all in a bid to give the supercar the best possible traction. And yes, there’s LDS (Lamborghini Dynamic Steering) or Lamborghini speak for a variable ratio rack, which is now coupled with four-wheel steer.

        Appearance Exterior

        Naturally, a special Huracan deserves some visual add-ons as well. So, there’s a new, sportier bumper upfront, and the side intakes have been redesigned as well. But, it’s from the rear that the Evo truly stands out. The rear bumper is new, of course. But, the car also has its exhausts placed higher. And, the rear diffuser is now so aggressive, you’d submit to it without so much as a whimper.

        And though the rest of the things are more or less the same as a regular Huracan, it is still a sight to behold. Especially, in the flesh. With its low and wide stance, its wheels as big as flying saucers, and a silhouette that still deserves to be on every boy’s bedroom wall, the Huracan is as quintessential as a Lamborghini gets.

        Appearance Interior

        Now, one might argue that who in their right minds would want a luxurious interior in a supercar. A supercar, is after all more about sound and performance and unadulterated connect. Wrong. A supercar today costs over Rs 2.5 crore. A supercar today isn’t meant just for the racetrack. And a supercar today has to do everything a luxury car does, from offering comfy seats to electrically powered everything, and of course, a touchscreen multimedia system! Because, well, the owners want it.

        And it’s this 8.4-inch touchscreen that occupies the pride of place inside the Huracan Evo. It looks great. It has good touch feedback. And, it throws up enough and more info via various swipes and prods. The seats are lovely too, once you manage to flop yourself into them. And I love the driving position.

        Then there’s the quality and choice of materials. There’s suede, and aluminium, and soft grain plastic. And of course, the striking orange stitching all over. Now, supercars of yore took pride in being uncomfortable and unfinished and difficult. Not the Huracan. It’s properly made, properly finished, and properly pampering. But, yes, one might need some yoga lessons to get in and out of it.

        Performance Drive

        But, if you thought all that pampering would make the Huracan mute, well you’d be wrong.

        Fire it up, and it has goosebumps inducing V10 burble. The engine, as mentioned earlier, is naturally aspirated. It displaces 5.2-litre, uses direction injection, and it is mated to a 7-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox. It also sends its output to all four wheels, the torque distribution of which is controlled electronically.

        Shift to first by pulling on the excessively tall paddle shifter, and in Strada mode, the Huracan Evo pulls away cleanly and without drama. It does feel quite normal in that sense. But that feeling doesn’t last, especially after shifting to Corsa or race mode.

        Then as you come on to a straight, and start leaning on the accelerator pedal more, without warning, you are shot to the horizon from what seems like a catapult designed to send things up in space. You barely have time to pull yourself out of the backrest when it’s time to stand on the brakes because, well, the Evo is covering hundreds of metres in the blink of an eye.

        Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but there’s no denying that the Evo is phenomenally quick.

        Standing on the brake, as it turns out, isn’t needed. With its LDVI and other abbreviations and four-wheel steer, the Huracan Evo can carry mind-numbing speeds into corners. Now, you might be screaming inside your helmet knowing you are going to run into the grass because there’s no way a car can make a corner at that speed. But, the Evo does! And it barely needs half a turn of the steering to do it.

         You dial in the steering, and it points its nose into a corner like a predator that has picked up its prey’s scent. And from then on, it just grips. There’s no under or oversteer, no squealing tyres, and never a need to adjust the racing line. And this recalibration of explosive acceleration, eye-popping braking, and astonishing handling continues corner after corner and lap after lap.

        Then when there’s just one lap to go and you are feeling like the best driver in the world, because the car can’t seem to put a foot wrong, you switch to Sport mode. This is the naughty mode. The Huracan chooses to behave more like a playful rear wheel drive puppy in Sports than an all wheel drive grip monster.

        So, without a thought, you enter the corner as fast as you did earlier. And sure enough, the front grips like a leach and pulls you in. But, now for the first time you can feel the rear coming out. And in a hurry. Suddenly, you don’t feel like the king of the hill. Instead, you are praying. And, dialing in opposite lock, hoping the car will take over at some point and straighten itself out. And that it will save you the embarrassment of killing yourself and damaging the car.

        Tech Specs

        Make Lamborghini 
        Model Huracan
        Fuel Petrol
        Variant Evo
        Engine Capacity 5204cc
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 631bhp@8250
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 600Nm@6500rpm
        Gears  Seven
        Length mm 4459
        Width mm 1924
        Height mm 1165
        Wheelbase mm 2620
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 90
        Tyre size 245/30 R20


        Rear-wheel steering Yes
        8.0-inch touchscreen display Yes
        Six airbags  Yes
        LED Headlamps Yes

        Competition All Specs

        Specifications Ferrari
        Variant GTB Evo
        Fuel Petrol Petrol
        Engine Capacity 3902cc 5204cc
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 660bhp@8000rpm 631bhp@8250
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 760Nm@3000rpm 600Nm@6500rpm
        Gears  Seven Seven
        Length mm 4568 4459
        Width mm 1952 1924
        Height mm 1213 1165
        Wheelbase mm 2650 2620
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 78 90
        Tyre size 245/35 R20 245/30 R20


        And it does!

        Now, some say the Huracan doesn’t have the same raw appeal of the Gallardo or of older Lamborghinis. Some also say that it’s too sanitised and that the overkill of electronics has taken the car’s soul away.

        I don’t agree. What I do know is that if had been in one of the older Lamborghinis including the Gallardo, I wouldn’t have driven back to the pits after that massive slide. I would have been part of the scenery.

        What the Huracan is then, is an easy-to-drive-fast supercar. You don’t need to be a matador anymore to tame it. And even so, it still is tremendous amounts of fun.

        Photos By Kapil Angane

        Is Huracan Evo a Good Car?

        Huracan Evo has received a very favourable 97% approval rating based on 155 user reviews.

        Overall Score : 97%

        Based on 155 User Ratings

        What users like the most about Huracan Evo?

        Users prefer to buy Huracan Evo for Styling (98% rating) and Performance (98% rating). The least appreciated parameters are Mileage (87%) and Value for Money (93%).







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        How Huracan Evo fares against competition?

        When compared with Skoda Octavia, McLaren GT and Ferrari Roma, Lamborghini Huracan Evo scores highest for Comfort, Performance and Value for Money. McLaren GT is the best in terms of Styling. Ferrari Roma is the best in terms of Mileage.

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo Skoda Octavia McLaren GT Ferrari Roma
        Styling 98 90 100 90
        Comfort 93 92 93 90
        Performance 98 92 93 95
        Mileage 87 72 80 90
        Value for Money 93 70 87 90
        Overall Score 97 74 88 91

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo Variants

        Find a list of all 2 petrol versions of Lamborghini Huracan Evo. This table includes Lamborghini Huracan Evo on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        Huracan Evo Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
        Petrol, 5204 cc, Automatic (DCT), 7.2 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Petrol
        Engine: 5204 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
        Mileage: 7.2 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 3.22 Crore
        Key Features : 6 Airbags, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Petrol, 5204 cc, Automatic (DCT), 7.3 kmpl
        ₹ 3.73 Crore
        Extra Features over RWD versions : Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Reverse Camera with Guidance Parking Assist, LED Headlights, Parking Sensors - Rear

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo Price in India

        3.80 - 4.40 Crore
        3.71 - 4.29 Crore

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        About Lamborghini Huracan Evo


        The Lamborghini Huracan Evo rear-wheel drive Spyder and the Huracan Evo Spyder are both convertible sports car in the Huracan family. They even share the same engine and transmission.


        Both the high-performance cars have an electronically controlled soft-top roof. They also feature reworked front bumpers. Especially, the Evo RWD Spyder has an extended front splitter and a new rear diffuser. It also comes with 19-inch alloy wheels while the Evo Spyder gets 20-inch.


        The interior of both the sports car resembles the Lamborghini design philosophy - there are bucket seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, hexagonal-shaped air-con vents and the typical Lamborghini centre console. Moreover, there is a 12.3-inch full-digital instrument cluster and an 8.4-inch vertical infotainment display that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Lamborghini has also added Amazon Alexa voice assistant.

         Engine and Transmission

        The Evo RWD Spyder is powered by a 5.2-litre V10 engine that delivers all the power to the rear wheels and the mighty V10 produces 601bhp and 560Nm of torque while the Evo Spyder gets the same 5.2-litre V10 motor that makes 630bhp and 600Nm of torque and all the power is delivered to all the four wheels.

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        User Reviews for Huracan Evo








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        • 04/25/2014 23:02:14 | Om Tatsat

          Whats Good

          Very good cabin space, boot space, an even engine compartment, high performance 90 ps powered engine, perfect stability on road, the tilt stearing make a very easy drive....very good even excellent car........... love nd proud to hv it nd being a proud customer of toyota

          What Can Improve

          Interior now which are now much improved, a big problem is that rodents get their way into the car

          Love to have it............ people u should go for this car because toyota provides the best service in minimum time , nd we know what a toyota engine can do

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 13 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 14 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

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        • 02/09/2014 14:31:45 | Rohini Uthaiah

          Whats Good

          Leg space and boot space is very good.good on highways and lonf journey

          What Can Improve

          zproblem with the bumper Where there is ahumphich is common in Bangalore driving becomes diffcult andpassengers feel uncomfortable

          service not to the expected mark in comparison with Maruthi. very few service centres Reminders are not sent about the service

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 11 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 17 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

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        • 10/17/2013 14:44:12 | Manoj Sharma

          Whats Good

          more space in cabin and CNG kit also very good performance. A. C. is powerful. steering is also very easy and smooth compare to other cars in this segment. I can say Etios is a economical and worthy car for a middle class man.

          What Can Improve

          smoke exhaust is mostly touched on the road bumps because of CNG tank weight. and also if we have five passengers in car then without CNG cylinder weight also touching to the road bumps. so slightly ground clearance to be increased.

          Mileage Details

          • Mileage (City) 10 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 14 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

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        • 08/27/2013 20:08:37 | Sarma Munnangi

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          • Mileage (City) 13 kmpl
          • Mileage (Highway) 18 kmpl
          • Maintenance 500 per month

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        • 03/07/2011 11:07:18 | S T Pillai

          As per Cartrade advice, I have taken delivery of ETIOS G three days back. Excellent vehicle. Some accessories like roof mounted antenna and floor mats were not available with the dealer. They have assured to procure the same shortly. Thanks

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        Huracan Evo FAQs

        The on-road price of the Lamborghini Huracan Evo in Delhi starts at ₹ 3.22 Crore for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Huracan Evo AWD) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 3.73 Crore.
        Lamborghini Huracan Evo AWD is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The Lamborghini Huracan Evo AWD is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Huracan Evo AWD and Huracan Evo AWD to find the best suited version for you.
        The ARAI reported mileage of Lamborghini Huracan Evo is 7.2 kmpl.
        Lamborghini Huracan Evo comes with a 5204 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at ₹ 3.22 Crore in Delhi. Whereas Skoda Octavia comes with a 1984 cc Petrol engine and starts with a price tag of ₹ 27.34 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare Lamborghini Huracan Evo and Skoda Octavia and chose the right car for you.

        Quick Facts about Lamborghini Huracan Evo

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo, a Coupe, is available from ₹ 3.22 - 3.73 Crore in India. Lamborghini offers the latest Huracan Evo in 2 versions in India. The base model RWD starts at ₹ 3.22 Crore in Delhi and the top model AWD priced at ₹ 3.73 Crore in Delhi. If you are looking for 2 seater car then you should consider Huracan Evo.

        Huracan Evo comes in 2 Petrol version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 5204cc engine capacity and Automatic (DCT) transmission mode(s). It generates 602 bhp @ 8000 rpm.

        Lamborghini Huracan Evo comes in 14 colors which include Bianco Canopus, Grigio Lynx, Bianco Monocerus, Rosso Mars, Bianco Icarus, Arancio Borealis, Verde Mantis, Grigio Nimbus, Nero Nemesis, Grigio Titans, Blu Sideris, Verde Selvans, Giallo Inti, and Nero Granatus.

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        Price ₹ 3.22 Crore ₹ 27.34 Lakh ₹ 4.04 Crore ₹ 3.72 Crore
        Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Petrol Petrol
        Engine Size 5204 cc 1984 cc 5204 cc 3994 cc
        Transmission Automatic (DCT) Automatic (DCT) Automatic (DCT) Automatic (DCT)
        Power 602 bhp @ 8000 rpm 188 bhp @ 4180 rpm 859 bhp @ 8000 rpm 620 bhp @ 7500 rpm
        Torque 600 Nm @ 6500 rpm 320 Nm @ 1500 rpm 565 Nm @ 6500 rpm 630 Nm @ 5500 rpm
        Safety Rating Not Tested 5 Star (Euro NCAP) Not Tested Not Tested
        Boot Space 150 litres 600 litres 150 litres 420 litres
        Ground Clearance - 137 mm - -
        Size 4520 mm L X 2236 mm W X 1165 mm H 4689 mm L X 1829 mm W X 1469 mm H 4567 mm L X 2236 mm W X 1165 mm H 4683 mm L X 2045 mm W X 3286 mm H
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        Lamborghini Huracan Evo News

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        by Jay Shah
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        01/17/2020 12:13:16

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        Lamborghini to launch Huracan Evo Spyder in India tomorrow
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        by Aditya Nadkarni
        10/09/2019 11:18:09

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        Lamborghini launches the Huracan Evo RWD in India; prices start at Rs 3.22 crores
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