April 26, 2022 | General

Lamborghini tease upgraded Huracan GT3

Italian manufacturer Lamborghini is the latest to reveal its intention to upgrade it current model GT3 for 2023.

Teasing an image of its upgraded Huracan GT3 Evo2 in a slightly darkened hint at its appearance, the post was accompanied by the following statement: “Our story began on April 2015 with our first GT3 win in Monza. The STOry continues…”

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The capitalised STO in story is understood to be a reference the link between the Evo2 version of the GT3 and the ultra high-performance track day model of the Huracan, named the STO.

It has been revealed the new Evo2 model will be significantly different to the current model currently raced in Australia by Wall Racing and AMAC Motorsport.

However, despite these differences all parts can be transferred to the existing model.

A total reveal of the new update is yet to be announced, though the updated configuration of the Huracan GT3 will debut at the 2023 24 Hours of Daytona.

From then, the Evo2 specification will be eligible for four seasons until the end of 2026.

GT3 is entering an exciting era with Ferrari, Ford and Chevrolet developing models for the regulation ruleset, while BMW is undertaking its first season with the M4 GT3.

Many of the manufacturers involved in the regulations have already initiated update packages.

The next round of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia Powered by AWS is the LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour to be held on May 13-15.