The Huracán GT3 EVO was entirely developed at Sant’Agata Bolognese by Squadra Corse. The design work took more than a year and there was a big focus on the aerodynamics, which were conceived in conjunction with Dallara. Ground-breaking solutions have substantially increased the aerodynamic load, thus further improving stability and reducing pitch sensitivity compared to the first generation.
The front features significant modifications to the splitter, which has a prominent leading edge, and the hood. The latter is made of carbon fibre and it enhances the cooling capacity of the radiator thanks to the large central rib borrowed from the Huracán Super Trofeo Evo. The bumper has brand new lateral recesses that house two large flicks, giving exceptional downforce. The rear is dominated by the large carbon fibre wing, whose modelled ends with two twists optimize aerodynamic efficiency, aided by the diffuser with redesigned fins.
The mechanical development process led to changes in the kinematics of the front suspension. Instead of steel, the supporting arms are now made of billet aluminum, which improves the rolling phase and the connection between the two axles. The rear axle also received important updates: new hubs, bearings and axle shafts, with the use of tripod joints for greater transmission efficiency and easy maintenance.
10 cylinders engine (90° V angle) naturally aspirated, gasoline direct injection IDS, dry sump lubrication
BORE AND STROKE
84,5 x 92,9 mm
ECU AND TCU MANAGEMENT
Bosch Motorsport MS6.4