Rear visiblity? Yeah…not really. What you get instead is a sprint to 62 mph in three seconds flat, 124 mph in nine seconds and a top speed of 193 mph. Brembo’s new tech can also turn that speed into heat in the form of a complete stop from 62 mph in just 98 feet.
Like all “race car derived,” and “already six-years into the production cycle” specials, the Huracán STO comes at a premium. In the United States, it will start at $327,838, which is a considerable hike over the $261,274 Evo, as well as 2017’s Performante officially priced at $274,390 at the time.
However, let’s not forget that you do also get a sweet carbon fiber clamshell with your reduced peak torque.
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