Not long ago the Internet roared after finding a blurry shot of a blue-hued Lamborghini Huracan making runs in a forest and sporting an interesting wide body kit – everybody screamed Superleggera.
But as a matter of fact it turned out the model was a preparation done by German tuner Novitec – which is actually more famous for tinkering with the Maranello nemesis – Ferrari. But the tuner decided to widen its pool of Italian supercars and they started working on Lamborginis as well – the latest has been called N-Largo and has to do with the Huracán LP 610-4. Let’s start with the obvious thing – we have here a spectacular blue shade adorning the new wide-body kit – which according to the German specialist has enlarged the supercar by a full 120 millimeters. And since there’s more space inside the extra wide wheel arches we can also see new alloys – 20 inch front and 21 inch back, clad in 245/30 and 325/25 Pirelli P Zero tires. The exterior design just wouldn’t be whole if we didn’t get the fixed rear spoiler treatment.
And because going to the gym to sport bigger muscles also begs for some “supplements” we also have a power enhancement – the 5.2-liter V10 was treated to a supercharger upgrade to lift the power form the regular 601 hp and 413 lb-ft in the standard package to a mighty 848 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque. Handling has also been enhanced through the addition of a suspension tweak that lowers the car by 35 millimeters while owners looking to shed some weight can also opt for the Inconel exhaust complete with adjustable valve system.