Last year, Lamborghini introduced its first SUV, the 650-horsepower Urus, beating other exotic supercar makers like Ferrari and McLaren to the punch. Lambo calls it the world’s first Super Sport Utility Vehicle, and with a base price of about $200,000, it has quickly become the brand's best-selling model.
Lamborghini is of course known for its radical sports cars, and this year it has turned its attention back to its most popular two-seater, creating the 2020 Lamborghini Huracán EVO. It’s the latest evolution of the Huracán — Spanish for hurricane — which replaced the Gallardo back in 2015 and remains the brand's entry-level supercar. With revised styling, a more comfortable interior, more power, four-wheel steering, and a revised all-wheel drive system, the 2020 Lamborghini Huracán EVO is among the most desirable Lambos ever. It competes with the with a handful of other mid-engine supercars such as the Ferrari 488, the Audi R8, the BMW i8 hybrid, several McLarens, and the soon-to-be-released Chevrolet Corvette C8.