Lamborghini launched the final version of the Huracan car line

Lamborghini has just introduced the final version of the Huracan car line and only 10 units will be produced.

Lamborghini recently launched the Huracan Super Trofeo Jota and the development era of the V10 engine block with the final special edition. The Huracan Super Trofeo Jota (STJ) supercar is developed based on the STO but has been upgraded to create the final version. With a limited quantity of 10 units, this version marks the end of the development of this car line after a decade on the market.

The car has a number of small upgrades compared to the Huracan STO, mainly four adjustable shock absorbers taken from racing cars. The car is still equipped with a set of 20-inch Center lock wheels that come with a set of custom Bridgestone Potenza Race tires.'

The car is equipped with two fish fin spoilers made of new carbon fiber material. Lamborghini tested the Huracan STJ at the Nardo racetrack and this model completed the lap one second faster than the STO's lap time.

Lamborghini has now designed this car model in two color combinations. The vehicle shown is finished in dark blue with a black roof and contrasting red and white accents. The other color scheme is painted gray and has a black roof combined with red and white details.

The car is also equipped with a carbon fiber panel numbered “1 of 10” inside the cabin to denote STJ exclusivity. The STJ marks the end of an era as this model not only signals the end of the Huracan but also of the V10 engine itself. The Audi R8 has also recently been discontinued, signaling the end of this engine block.

The Huracan STJ supercar uses a naturally aspirated 5.2L V10 engine, producing 631 horsepower and maximum torque of 565 Nm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The selling price of the car is not currently mentioned, but nearly a year ago, Lamborghini announced that it had sold all remaining production cars, so these 10 cars have found their future owners.

The Huracan replacement will be launched later this year and the successor is expected to use a smaller turbocharged engine combined with a Hybrid engine block.

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