When the “entry-level” Lamborghini Huracán hit the unprepared streets in 2014, it was a phenom of design and performance. It was no garish Countach, nor was it as Skunkworks-esque as its V12 Aventador sibling. It was arrestingly beautiful but still Lambo menacing. Now, after a few years, it’s been revised to create the Evo. It gets more aggressive aerodynamics, improved driving dynamics, revised styling to look angrier, and welcomed new tech. The all-wheel drive supercar’s new infotainment center has an 8.4-inch touchscreen for easy viewing while breaking speed limits and even Apple CarPlay that puts the wealthy drivers in touch with us plebes. The new Lamborghini Vehicle Dynamics Control System make the 640 horses to all four wheels more manageable and capable, and the potent output now matches the mad Huracán Performante. You’ll have to pay a cool $261K base price just to get it out the door.