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So a few weeks ago my dealer told me about the Huracán Super Trofeo Omologato possibly being unveiled in August next year which should be the most hardcore street legal Huracan yet. It should get tech from the new Evo, be extremely light and also have 5 point harness racing seats. Also it will most likely be number-limited.

Does anyone on here have more information on this?
 

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So a few weeks ago my dealer told me about the Huracán Super Trofeo Omologato possibly being unveiled in August next year which should be the most hardcore street legal Huracan yet. It should get tech from the new Evo, be extremely light and also have 5 point harness racing seats. Also it will most likely be number-limited.

Does anyone on here have more information on this?
At a Dealer's meeting in DC last month the Dealer's were informed that the STO will be unveiled during Monterey Week next August. Basically the EVO GT3 made street legal including RWD and the large wing. Info I received said it would be limited (possibly 700) and Dealer's are pressuring HQ to number them but, no decision had been made yet.
 

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That’s interesting, I wonder what else is in the pipeline.
 

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I wonder what "extremely light" could mean. How many Kilos can they shed off? With RWD they can save about 35 kg, I don't think they can achieve much more than 50 Kilos. Dry weight of the GT3 is already 1.230 kg, if you have to make that street legal...
 

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I wonder what "extremely light" could mean. How many Kilos can they off? With RWD they can save about 35 kg, I don't think they can achieve much more than 50 Kilos. Dry weight of the GT3 is already 1.230 kg, if you have to make that street legal...
I heard approximately 200 lbs lighter than current EVO.
 

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I wonder what "extremely light" could mean. How many Kilos can they off? With RWD they can save about 35 kg, I don't think they can achieve much more than 50 Kilos. Dry weight of the GT3 is already 1.230 kg, if you have to make that street legal...
How much does the AWD system weight over the RWD system? I would guess quite a bit? Does anyone know the weight loss from 610-4 to 580-2? That would help estimate the potential weight loss from Performante to STO/STS
 

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Looking forward to this...I have placed a deposit on one about a year ago.

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From what I heard the STO could be the last NA V10 Lambo. Audi will most likely ditch the V10 for the R8 replacement so all the R&D will fall on Lambo to keep the V10 emission complaint and Lambo doesn't have a budget big enough to do this. Also, countries like China are banning large displacement engines so there's no way VAG will keep the Huracan a V10 and risk the car not been allowed for sale which is why they'll probably go with a hybrid assist V8.
 

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From what I heard the STO could be the last NA V10 Lambo. Audi will most likely ditch the V10 for the R8 replacement so all the R&D will fall on Lambo to keep the V10 emission complaint and Lambo doesn't have a budget big enough to do this. Also, countries like China are banning large displacement engines so there's no way VAG will keep the Huracan a V10 and risk the car not been allowed for sale which is why they'll probably go with a hybrid assist V8.
I don't think it will be the last V10. The Evo Performante (or Huracan Superleggera) is still around the corner in 1-2 years as well as a Spyder version of that.

But for the Huracan successor (code-named LB634) there is indeed a big possibility that they might ditch the V10 unfortunately..
 

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I don't think it will be the last V10. The Evo Performante (or Huracan Superleggera) is still around the corner in 1-2 years as well as a Spyder version of that.

But for the Huracan successor (code-named LB634) there is indeed a big possibility that they might ditch the V10 unfortunately..
The information relayed to dealers during the dealer meeting was there is no Performate/SL version of the EVO in the works. The STO is basically the Performante version of the EVO. Next year the focus will shift to the EVO RWD, after that it'll be the STO which will take the current Huracan to 2022/23.
 

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The information relayed to dealers during the dealer meeting was there is no Performate/SL version of the EVO in the works. The STO is basically the Performante version of the EVO. Next year the focus will shift to the EVO RWD, after that it'll be the STO which will take the current Huracan to 2022/23.
That is what I was told as well.
 

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It will be interesting to see whether it stops or not. I guy I spoke to also said some time back that they wanted to bring the V8 back into play. Why I don't know but that is what that dealer told me.
 
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