Not long ago Lamborghini has come up and promised to use V10 and V12 engines for as long as it can, resisting the urge to downsize via forced induction – so no worries, plenty more tuning projects like this will arrive down the line.
With a huge naturally aspirated V10 to work with, aftermarket outlets have shown it abundantly clear there’s enough room to work with a turbo or supercharger, the one we’re showing today being of the latter category. The German tuners at O.CT decided to play with the coupe and Spider Huracan and give them some supercharged raging bulls, with the 5.2-liter engine massaged for another 193 hp – reaching a total of 794. There’s also a sizeable torque bump from the standard 413 pound-feet (560 Newton-meters) to a feisty 597 lb-ft (810 Nm). The modified coupe will run the sprint to 62 mph (100 kph) in only two and a half seconds, meaning it’s actually 0.4s quicker than the Aventador S.
The same goes for the 0-124 mph (0-200 kph) category where it lands in 8.3 seconds as opposed to the larger brother that needs an extra half a second. The Aventador S trumps the modified Huracan in terms of maximum velocity – 217 mph (350 kph), with the supercharged Huracan coming in at more than 202 mph (325 kph). O.CT not only supercharged the V10 but also brought a custom exhaust system lighter by 20 kilograms (44 pounds) than the stock setting, and also its proprietary 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels.