The new Huracan is already a menacing ride when taking it as its from the factory floor, but as far as supercars go, the tuners will never cease to offer enhancement alternatives.
One of the latest interpretations of the Sant’Agata Bolognese-built machine comes from tuner specialists at Vorsteiner, which has managed to strike a balance between showcasing its prowess and not ruining a near-perfect ride. The most “affordable” ride from Lamborghini has received subtle exterior design tweaks, calling it the Novara Huracan, with an aerodynamic kit that includes a reworked front spoiler, ventilated front fenders, side sill extension blades, a tweaked rear bumper with integrated diffuser and a new, fixed rear wing. The owner will not only receive the gorgeous looks, but also enhancements in the fields of cooling, aerodynamics and performance. The additions have also been very lightweight, featuring a composite carbon fiber fabric.
The motorsport experience has also influenced the interior styling, with a bespoke steering wheel and a combination of leather and carbon fiber. As a final touch, Vorsteiner has also added a new stainless steel exhaust system for even more performance growth. Complementing the modifications are the 20-inch Vorsteiner V-FF 105 Flow Forged wheels that already meet the Japan Light Alloy Wheel standard. Unfortunately, the tuner has not released any figures and thus we can’t measure the level of performance enhancements brought by their modifications.