The new Lamborghini Huracán EVO takes the EVO Performante and makes it slightly more accessible by keeping the all-wheel-drive system and glorious 5.4-liter, naturally aspirated V10 and ditching the Performante's active aero package. That isn't a huge loss, as Lamborghini has added a new 8.4-inch touchscreen and rear wheel steering system and massive aero improvements over the previous model. Lamborghini claims a 500% jump in downforce and efficiency thanks to a redesigned front end, side intakes, and rear integrated spoiler. The exhaust system has been repositioned to mimic the EVO's track-only racing sibling, with the exits moving higher up in the bodywork and a more open racing look. While it weighs just over 88 pounds more than the Performante, the V10 nestled behind the driver is one of the best engines you can get your hands on, and justifies the price of entry.