When a vehicle gets a refresh, it can be done in a range of ways.

Frankly though, I always think of it as mild or wild.

Most auto manufacturers don't go wild. Simply put, it's far easier and more cost effective to do some incremental fixes and ship a product.

Every once and a while though, an automaker knows it has to strike while the iron is hot and they dial the vehicle up to 11. It seems like that's what Lamborghini has done with its refreshed Hurcan now dubbed the Evo.

Essentially, it's taken the lessons learned from the LP610-4 and the Huracan Performante to create the Evo. The good news: It moves away from the bad elements of the original Huracan and steers into the things that make the Huracan Performante great.

Having said that, I'll let Autocar's Dan Prosser explain as he recently drove the Evo at the Bahrain circuit. See below for the scoop, Spies!

Lamborghini has overhauled its entry-level supercar with a suite of new chassis technologies and a more powerful engine tune borrowed from the very expensive Performante.

Autocar's Dan Prosser travels to the Bahrain International Circuit to see if the Huracan Evo is the car we've been waiting for.

DRIVEN + VIDEO: The Lamborghini Huracan EVO Has Arrived, But Is It THAT Big Of A Deal?

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