The new-for-2019 Ferrari 488 rival now adopts the Huracán Evo nameplate, reflecting its changes. The images reveal a number of styling changes designed to offer "aerodynamic superiority", with a new front bumper bringing enlarged intakes and an integrated splitter.
Side-on, there's also revised intakes, but the most notable changes are at the rear, with a new full-width intake echoing that of its recently updated Audi R8 sibling. New twin exhaust outlets are positioned higher up the rear fascia, while a new integrated spoiler better balances downforce and drag. A super-slippery underbody also features.
Following on from the Nurburgring record-holding Huracán Performante launched last year, the standard Huracán now benefits from the same power output from the naturally-aspirated 5.2-litre V10. The 29bhp boost, up to 631bhp, and 600Nm of torque means a 0-62mph time of 2.9sec (down 0.3sec) and 0-124mph in nine seconds. The top speed is unchanged at 201mph.