Despite only being four years old, the Lamborghini Huracan has gone under the automaker's knife once again. This time, with a Performante trim and a more aerodynamic design.

Unveiled Monday at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show, Lamborghini presents the new Huracan Evo. This new variant has all of the looks with even more performance.

Visually speaking, the only changes we really can see are the new front and rear fascias. A closer eye will notice a new, wider design for the main vent and higher exhaust tips.

The Evo will have the same engine specs as the Performante model, a 5.2-liter V-10 engine pushing 640 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque. Ran through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission and output to all-wheel drive, this power allows the Hracan Evo to achieve a 0 to 62 mph time in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 202 mph.

For greater performance, the Evo features four-wheel steering and an improved vectoring system, which allows unique degrees of torque between each wheel. All of this is automatically managed via a new onboard computer system, with the optional influence by the driver via various drive modes.

Instead of Performante's trick active aerodynamics system, the Evo has a new aero design. It focuses on efficiency and improved downforce through the use of the new fascias and a new splitter.

Inside the cabin, we see a new touchscreen display in the center stack. Measuring 8.4 inches across, it combines various vehicle functions with infotainment options, including Apply CarPlay integration. It also operates with a dual-camera telemetry system.

With an expected price of $261,274, the Evo launches this Spring.