- Last of the rear-drive NA V10 Lamborghinis
- The waiting list is open, priced at $440,900.
- This will be followed by an AWD dirt road variant.
2023 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica Arriving in Australia as the last rear-drive, naturally aspirated V10 Lamborghini.
Although Lamborghini Australia currently has the full amount of Tecnicas on offer, the waiting list is still open if you want to go out. $440,900 Before on-road costs and options on the final Huracan.
For reference, a ‘regular’ Huracan Evo RWD costs $56,000 less when you can buy it.
The Huracan Tecnica does the same. 470kW and 565Nm From its mid-mounted 5.2-liter V10 as a track-focused STO.
Outside, the rear-drive Technica’s visual transformation is stunning and includes functional aerodynamic devices including front air curtains for cooling brakes and smooth airflow.
Strictly speaking, the Technica is not the last of the Huracáns, as the ‘Sterrato’ (though what it will be called is yet to be confirmed) dirt road variant will be released in December this year.
Lamborghini’s next moves include hybridizing its range with a successor to the Aventador from next year, before revealing a Huracan replacement in 2024 and its first all-electric model in 2028.
What makes Technica so special?
The Huracan Evo and STO are all sold out, so this is the only Huracan you can order from Lamborghini right now.
The Huracan Tecnica also has a naturally aspirated V10 for sale, with the Ferrari 296 GTB V6, Aston Martins a twin-turbo V8 and the Audi R8 out of Australia.
Available exclusively in rear-wheel drive with torque vectoring rear differential, the Tecnica also boasts impressive aerodynamic improvements. An increase in down force is called. 35 percent Thanks to its aero aids compared to the Huracan Evo.
Usually the extra aero comes at a cost, but Lamborghini claims drag has also been reduced by 20 percent, making the Tecnica faster in every way.
Lamborghini claims a 0-100 km/h time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 325 km/h before hitting 200 km/h in 9.1 seconds.
Being rear-drive only, the seven-speed automatic is slightly slower than the Tecnica Evo AWD (2.9S), but Lamborghini claims the Tecnica has a dry weight of 1370kg – 82kg lighter than the Evo RWD.
Aero-inspired redesigns make the Technica more angular, aggressive and futuristic than the almost subdued Evo.
Lamborghini has redesigned the front bumper with additional cooling vents to give the standard carbon-ceramic brakes longer life on the track.
Technica wears Bridgestone tires wrapped around bespoke ‘Damiso’ 20-inch alloy wheels. Buyers will be able to choose between two tread patterns: one better suited for regular use, and another to withstand the abuse of the track.
For those keen to hit the racetrack, the Tecnica is covered with Lamborghini’s three-year unlimited kilometer warranty even when used in fury off the public road.
|Features of the Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica|
|5.2 liter petrol V10|
|20-inch alloy wheels|
|Six-piston front, four-piston rear carbon-ceramic brakes|
|Rear axle steering|
|8.4 inch touch screen|
Inside the Technica
Lamborghini has redesigned the Tecnica’s layout and appearance. 8.4 inch portrait touch screen. There are car settings, drive modes and entertainment options.
For example, we sat wearing matte gray paint with Alcantara interior trim and contrasting blue highlights, but the Huracan is your oyster.
Lamborghini’s wide spectrum of colors includes more than 300 colors and shades, with further customization available through the brand’s Ad Personam program.
Pricing and Availability
An unauthorized Huracan Tecnica will set you back. $440,900 before on-road There is a cost, but according to Lamborghini Oceania manager Peter Crombie-Brown, many option boxes will not be sold without being ticked.
Currently you cannot order Tecnica, but you can join the waiting list. There is no car number allocated for Australia, but around 100 vehicles will come to Australia.
|Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica Pricing|
|$440,900 before on-road costs|