Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Traction Control in Action

  • Thursday 13th August 2020

Being a native Floridian I never have a need for AWD. That is why I am glad Lamborghini still builds cars for spirited drivers. Dirt roads, tropical storms, and Independence Day are all perfect opportunities to drift, so engineers want to make sure you have the most possible fun while staying safe. Therefore, let’s watch the Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Traction Control in action.

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First off, once the computer predicts a drift, you don’t have to pedal the car. Hold the throttle wide open while the system modulates the throttle body movements and ignition timing. The electronic differential is faster at torque vectoring, and the rear-wheel steering system has new programming. This all adds up to 30% more counter-steering ability and 20% more grip when exiting a corner. If you like to hang it out in the corners, click the link below to find your Huracan and stay with us for all your Lamborghini updates.

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