The Lamborghini Huracan is the “entry-level” option in the Italian supercar maker’s lineup and as such the model even gets a “base” rear-wheel drive option.
Some say having a RWD supercar is definitely much fun than driving all four wheels and apparently the aftermarket specialists over at Novitec Torado are in agreement. So the baby Lambo is now even more tail-happy thanks to the twin supercharger conversion of the tuner. Novitec already fiddled with the slightly more powerful AWD version, so it was just a matter of time for the naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine of the rear-wheel-drive model to get the same love. Now the ten cylinder has two superchargers that make sure the power is more than complete, with 830 horsepower (611 kilowatts) on tap. This is way more than a basic Huracan LP580-2, which comes with a more convenient output of “only” 580 hp.
Getting the two superchargers will change the tune of the previously naturally-aspirated engine, and the tuner also has a sports exhaust system with stainless steel or an inconel construction. Because less is more, Novitec opted for a rather subtle aero kit for the body – which increases efficiency without adding mass, as the majority of the pieces have been made out of carbon fiber. Rounding up the changes are the new 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels and a 35-mm lowered ride height.