Lamborghini’s purpose-built Huracan Super Trofeo uses MoTeC M1

Lamborghini’s purpose-built Huracan Super Trofeo race car has adopted a full suite of Motec product in order to manage and control every aspect of this advanced racer. The direct injected V10 from the road car is managed via a Motec M182 ECU which is part of Motec’s M1 series and designed specifically for direct injection applications. The M182 also controls the paddle shift gearbox, offering closed loop gear shift control for ultimate gearbox reliability as well as throttle blip on down shift for true clutchless operation.

As far as the rest of the car goes, power management is tasked to Motec PDMs and the driver display and logging is handled via a C185 full colour dash. Driver control is offered via a Motec CAN-based keypad for simplicity. 


Based on the same control strategy developed for the Super Troefo and utilised in NZ’s TRS series, Motec’s GPRP Paddle Shift package is now available for public release. This includes the features of the existing GPR package and adds a sophisticated paddle shift control strategy. You can find out more here:

Watch the Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo at the Formula 1 circuit in Sepang, Malaysia

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