Last year, Lamborghini’s Squadra Corsa racing department introduced the SC20, a custom-designed speedster with a 6.5-liter V12 that can be found under the hood of the Avendator SVJ Roadster. The racing supercar is capable of producing 770 hp (566 kW) and 719 Nm of torque, and now Lamborghini’s racing division is working on its next creation.

Although the details of the new mysterious Squadre Corsa project are still a secret, a short video announcement suggests that it is a track-only version of the Huracan Evo. As Jutarnji.hr reports, Lamborghini promises that its "latest motorsport car will offer an unprecedented experience".

The rear end is dominated by a huge spoiler and diffuser, and an opening is visible on the roof that optimizes the air flow. The front and rear lights have been redesigned, and the video allows us to hear the sound of a natural V10 engine as well.

Given that the Squadra Corse has already worked on the road-homologated Huracan WTO, we don’t expect this version to be legal for the trip. Instead, this is most likely Lamborghini’s new race car, but it remains unclear in which class it will compete.

Currently, the Squadra Corse competes with the Huracan in international races in the GT3 class and the Super Trofeo series. In addition, it should be noted that Lamborghini recently celebrated the production of the 400th Huracan GT3, so this mysterious project could represent a turning point.

If the new Huracan racer is not limited by motorsport regulations, it should produce significantly more horsepower than the road version of the Huracan Evo, which delivers 640 hp (471 kW) and 600 Nm of torque on the road.

We won’t have to wait long for all the information about the Squadre Corsa project, given that Lamborghini has promised that the new supercar will “race” on the tracks soon.

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