Age and years haven't worn it out. The 2023 Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica's 5.2-liter V-10 may have its roots before the iPhone and Amazon.

One full-throttle acceleration run, one scorching lap at a racetrack, or one flat-out blast along a tough back road is enough to convince you. Supercar-worthy powerplant.

This engine roars, bellows, shrieks, and snarls, presenting a heroic horsepower opera without turbos or electric motors.

The Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica blends the track-focused Huracán STO's 631-hp V-10 with a rear-drive, rear-steer chassis adapted for road use.

The modern car's roomy cabin has all the connectivity and functionality needed. A new user interface controls Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa and displays performance data.

The Tecnica's bodywork gives it a longer, lower profile, a wider stance, and greater menace. Zegna-suited Tyson Fury.

There is a new front bumper with the wacky Terzo Millennio concept car's black Y-shaped design on it.

The redesigned greenhouse takes inspiration from the one found on the track-only special edition Essenza SCV12.

The lower margins of the rear fenders have been dragged inward to reveal more of the back tyres, while the rear bumper and diffuser have been redesigned.

The menacing ferocity that lies dormant within the engine compartment is suggested by the presence of two huge hexagonal exhaust ports.

The hoods up front and back are both made of carbon fibre, and the rear hood has a transparent part that reveals the top of the V-10.

and both of which contributed to a weight decrease of 22 pounds in comparison to the Huracán Evo RWD.

The fixed rear wing increases rear downforce by 35% and reduces drag by 20% compared to the Huracán Evo RWD.

These slides show the updated styling of the Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica for the year 2023 and include images of the vehicle.