PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Lamborghini Huracán EVO •

PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Lamborghini Huracán EVO

The Lamborghini Huracan Evo is a stunning supercar that combines cutting-edge technology with unrivalled performance. Its sleek and aerodynamic design is complemented by a powerful 5.2-litre V10 engine that produces a jaw-dropping 630 horsepower, allowing it to go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds. The Huracan Evo also boasts advanced technologies such as the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system, which uses artificial intelligence to optimize performance and handling in real time. The car’s interior is equally impressive, with a state-of-the-art infotainment system, high-quality materials, and ample space for driver and passenger. Overall, the Lamborghini Huracan Evo is a remarkable vehicle that delivers an unforgettable driving experience.

Tecnical aspects aside, the model from AUTOart is quite stunning in the flesh!  Love them or hate them, AUTOart can execute a Lamborghini in scale.  On top of fully opening models some of the same details include perforated metal grilles, the way the engine bits are seen through the rear cooling grilles is priceless.  Those are the same wins for me!

Wheels and tires include tire branding, and if you look closely you will see small metal air values.  This is the smallest of details that aren’t always present.   Some may ask, why then did I choose this particular colour?  Two reasons, one, out of 51 Lamborgini’s in my collection this is the second in  Arancio Xanto.  Two, I love the polished face of the massive Aesir wheels or the dark look.  There is a great selection of OEM colours to choose from, review the news feed to see them all!

In short, AUTOart has done another terrific job on the latest Lamborghini, the Huracán EVO.  Stellar lines, great paint, and access to the complete model.  There isn’t much to complain about other than price LOL.  If you’re a fan of Lamborghini or supercars in general, this one is a definite add.  Enjoy the pics!

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8 Responses to "PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Lamborghini Huracán EVO"

  1. Kostas says:

    The Autoart Lamborghini Huracan Evo is definately on my wish list as it is a gorgeous model car. I totally agree, Autoart has made an excellent job in replicating perfectly the Evo in 1/18 with great attention to all the small details inside and out and with an amazing paint job. I will probably go for the Verde Selvans.

    I am currently waiting for my preordered MR Bugatti Chiron Profilée to arrive and after this beauty, the Huracan Evo will surely be the next in line.

  2. greg says:

    Yes, agree with you. can’t wait for their sto & tecnica versions. have seen the mr tecnica, looks lifeless & boring.

  3. LD says:

    I have a lower level Auto Art car. I’m not impressed with their quality/price ratio. This one does look great though.

  4. MYTHIC says:

    I just received my blu nethuns huracan and its definitely a stunning color! wish the engine had a bit better definition and detail but overall Autoart did well on this model. not as light as my previous huracan super trofeo either that I owned for a bit which is a plus because this one has some nice weight to it where it doesnt feel as “plasticky” as that other one did. If the Arancio Xanto had different color calipers instead of black then i would’ve been more compelled to grab that one since that paintwork is amazing too!

    • DS Team says:

      Nice choice of colour! I do agree on the motor, as stated to reply to LD, they definitely don’t go over and above.

      What they do well is hit all the major top points on a well-executed model. Attributes for me at least include full opening, flocking, good wheels, good exterior paint, perforated grilles and true to the 1:1.

      • MYTHIC says:

        I can definitely overlook the engine details since the rest of the model is very well made especially since on the 1:1 car itself much of the engine is hidden by panels which is most modern cars these days. kinda feels like it gives autoart the opportunity to cut corners. one thing they keep doing though is using molded carbon textures on a lot of their high end models which seems silly considering other brands like LCD or BBR do their CF a lot better and more true to the real thing. i can tolerate that on budget models like Bburago or Maisto but not on ones that cost upward of $200 or more!

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