Dubbed N-Largo, this is currently the most extreme tuning package coming from the Old Continent. Through its still-young Torado division, which exclusively handles Lamborghinis, the specialist has taken the Huracan to new technical heights.
The 5.2-liter V10 has been gifted with a supercharger kit, while also receiving an exhaust system made of Inconel – this is an ultra-light alloy used for Formula One car exhaust systems.
As a result, the unit now delivers 860 hp and a peak twist of 960 Nm (708 lb-ft). The standard Huracan already offers performance that sits in the Aventador area, as the two are extremely close in terms of power-to-weight ratio. Perhaps this is why the tuner chose not to announce the new go-fast figures, leaving the aura of mystery to keep us on our toes.
Novitec Torado also gifted the Huracan N-Largo with a carbon fiber wide body kit. Interestingly enough, the package is so well integrated that it takes a trained eye to spot it. That doesn’t apply to the rear wing, though – as most tuners who touched Lamborghinis’ Novitec replaced the standard active wing with a massive fixed one.
A set of Novitec wheels completes the custom scenery. Up front, the Huracan N-Largo gets 20-inch wheels wrapped in 245/30 tires for the front axle, while the 21-inch rear wheels at the back use 325/25 tires.
Climbing aboard, we find a host of customization possibilities, with materials such as Alcantara and carbon fiber trim being available.
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