It would involve substantially replacing the entire exhaust system. The attached photo was uploaded into another thread. You can see the how integrated the OPFs (large canisters) are.I would like to know more about where exactly is this filter, and could it even be removed if you wanted to? I know it screws up the sound and creates back pressure, so it’s in the exhaust system somewhere, where?
I agree and do hope that the Huracan V10 stays GPF-free as long as possible. What about the next upcoming V12 variants (final Aventador model or successor)? Will a GPF be fitted right from the start or could there be hope of a few non-GPF models until the filter hits for all? If it's really as bad as everyone says then sticking to a used SV/SVJ instead of a new V12 model might not be a bad idea.The V10 probably has a couple years left before it gets replaced so my guess is Lamborghini will try to keep the engine GPF free for markets outside of China as long as possible.
That is my feeling as well GPF = color me gone and never to return. Though, I guess as I have mentioned already its a good reason to keep our current non-GPF variants.No two ways about it though, GPF's are coming and unless Lambo can engineer it so that the exhaust still sounds great with a GPF.... this is going to hurt Lambo sales - it's obviously a deal-breaker for some - me included.
Albert and I both just received our 2021 Huracan EVOs which are not equipped with a GPF. It has been my understanding that no 2021 models will have the GPF, so I don’t think you have anything to worry about unless perhaps your model year will be a 2022.My car is production june 2021, so I am really anxious. I WILL NOT be happy if the car that is delivered to me doesn't sound the way the demo car I drove did. They promised me it will though. But still it really is nervewrecking, as the sound is a vital key to the enjoyment of this car, is what sets it apart from the competing brands, and honestly nearly the sole reason I bought it. This uncertainty is killig me.
Unfortunately it is noticeable as per JWW’s video starting at the 2:00 mark.If there's any glimmer of hope it's the 812 GTS. Apparently it doesn't sound all that different from non-gpf 812. Perhaps the gpf was better integrated then other systems that were just tacked on existing systems.
The solution is probably to just switch to 100 cell cats, increasing volume and frequencies lost with GPF addition
I don't know, production june could be MY22. I can only wait and bite my nails.Albert and I both just received our 2021 Huracan EVOs which are not equipped with a GPF. It has been my understanding that no 2021 models will have the GPF, so I don’t think you have anything to worry about unless perhaps your model year will be a 2022.