Facts & Figures: Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica launched in Malaysia from RM1.05 million

Lamborghini has launched the new Huracan Tecnica here in Malaysia less than three months after its global unveiling. The Huracan Tecnica sits between the Huracan STO and the Huracan EVO RWD to offer a balance between a road-friendly supercar and a track-focused weapon.

The Huracan Tecnica is essentially a ‘tamer version’ of the Huracan STO but still shares the same 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 engine with 640 hp and 565 Nm, paired to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. Power is channeled solely to the rear wheels, but unlike the STO, the Huracan Tecnica is 0.2 seconds slower from 0 to 100 km/h at 3.0 seconds.

The Huracan Tecnica’s top speed is also higher than the STO, at 325 km/h compared to 310 km/h, as it does not have as many aerodynamic components. Weighing just 1,379 kg, the Huracan Tecnica is the second lightest Huracan behind the Huracan STO. With the new Huracan Tecnica, Lamborghini has developed a sharper sound from the V10 engine, with more immediate throttle response similar to the STO.

Aesthetically, the Huracan Tecnica is easily identifiable through its new front bumper design with a distinct Terzo Millennio Ypsilon design element to separate it from the rest of the Lamborghini range. Unlike the STO, the Huracan Tecnica does not come with a clamshell front bonnet but is nonetheless made of carbon fibre.

The Huracan Tecnica has been fitted with a carbon fiber front bonnet but unlike the STO it has a proper rear windscreen and a new carbon fibre rear bonnet, offering a peek into the V10 engine bay. It’s also fitted with a more subtle rear spoiler with the rear end sporting hexagonal exhaust tips compared to the STO’s round exhaust tips.

Like the carbon fibre front bonnet, the rear engine cover is also made of the same material. Unlike the Huracan STO, the Tecnica comes with a vertical rear windscreen for better visibility. Under the wheel arches are 20-inch rims inspired by the Vision GT, wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza tyres.

Moving inside, there are certainly more creature comforts than the STO, with features like cruise control and height adjustable carbon fibre bucket seats. Standard features include a digital instrument cluster and infotainment display to access various features and parameters of the car. The rest of the interior can be specified to the customer’s like via the Lamborghini Ad Personam customisation programme.

To the most exciting bit; the new Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica starts from RM1.05 million before options and duties. For more details on the Huracan Tecnica, click here.

Otherwise, watch our track session in the Huracan STO at Sepang here!



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here