For most of its history, Lamborghini hung its hat on its V12-powered vehicles. The automaker started with cars featuring 12 cylinders and still sells V12 models today, but surprisingly, these impressively powerful cars aren’t the brand’s most popular. That honour goes to the Huracán, the brand’s second V10-powered production supercar. Now, due to changing global emission standards, the automaker has …

Boasting exclusive technology, an even higher performance engine, and updated dynamics, the new Huracán Evo employs a variety of Lamborghini’s best features to improve both the performance and day-to-day use of the Huracán.