Lamborghini has unveiled the new Huracan GT3 at their headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Set to compete in the Blancpain Endurance Series later this year, the Huracan GT3 has a composite body with an aerodynamic body kit that includes an adjustable front spoiler, carbon fiber canards and a new hood. The car also has ventilated front fenders, revised side skirts and an adjustable rear wing. Other notable changes include an aggressive rear diffuser and a sporty dual exhaust system.
Lamborghini was coy on technical specifications but confirmed the car rides on an Alu-Carbon chassis with a modified front and rear subframe. The model also has high-performance brakes, an FIA-compliant roll-cage and a roof hatch which enables the driver to escape the vehicle in case of an emergency.
The company declined to release interior pictures but said the car has a new multifunction steering wheel, a carbon fiber racing seat and a fire extinguishing system.
Power is provided by an upgraded 5.2-liter V10 engine that is connected to a six-speed sequential transmission with a three-disc racing clutch.
The Huracan GT3 will cost €369,000 ($427,375) and the first race kicks off at Monza in April.