If you’ve ever wanted to see what Lamborghini’s factory looks like without having to visit Sant’Agata Bolognese and go on an exclusive tour, look no further.
This 48-minute documentary from WELT details the production process behind the Huracan Evo, the Italian car manufacturer’s entry-level model. While any Lamborghini is out of the price range of most folks, we’re sure that everyone can appreciate the time that goes into the creation of each and every one.
The documentary jumps back and forth between the production process, design, Lamborghini’s racing success and the brand’s history, and makes for very entertaining viewing.
The Huracan Evo represents the mid-cycle refresh for the V10-powered supercar that has been in production since 2014. A plethora of styling changes were made to the car, including revised front and rear fascias.
Then there’s the engine. While the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 retains the same displacement as the original Huracan and the Gallardo LP560-4 before it, it now pushes out 630 HP, the same as the Huracan Performante. While that is 80 HP less than the twin-turbo V8s powering the McLaren 720S and Ferrari F8 Tributo, the Huracan’s V10 produces a soundtrack unlike any other car on the market.
The current Huracan Evo is available in Coupe, Convertible, and rear-wheel drive configurations and will reportedly be topped out by a hardcore version that could be dubbed the STO. This variant will go beyond the pre-facelift Huracan Performante and come with more power, less weight, and even more advanced aerodynamics.