The new body kit maintains the same level of downforce but with higher overall aerodynamic efficiency.
Lamborghini's motorsports division has revealed the new Huracán Super Trofeo EVO, improving the previous model with a revised body kit.
Engineers and designers aimed to maintain the same level of downforce but with higher overall aerodynamic efficiency, improving stability while reducing resistance to higher speeds.
Aside from the reshaped carbon fiber panels, the Evo also boasts a new roof hatch device for improved safety.
US buyers will face a $295,000 price tag for the one-make racer, while existing Huracán Super Trofeo cars can be upgraded by purchasing the body kit alone.
The car will make its track debut next spring in three continental Super Trofeo series in Europe, Asia and North America.