A beautiful Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder drove into the Novitec Torado facility and came out with a lot more muscle power than the stock supercar. This raging bull now comes equipped with loads of carbon, forged wheels while a supercharged V-10, which is still under development, will be rated at 633 kW or 860 hp and 960 Nm peak torque. The refinement specialist from Sant’Agata Bolognese lends the two-seater an even more spectacular outfit with strikingly styled and efficient aerodynamic-enhancement components, optionally made from carbon along with tailor-made hi-tech forged wheels.
While the folks are developing the supercharged version, Novitec Torado sports exhaust systems, with or without controlled butterfly valves, are already available. The product lineup is rounded out with luxury interiors tailored to the individual customer’s request. There is also a NOVITEC TORADO aerodynamic-enhancement kit for the Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder. The components, optionally also available in a naked carbon version, are of available in the right variants for the coupe variant of the Huracan as well.
The complex wind tunnel tests resulted in further optimized aerodynamic properties. The designers developed a new front spoiler, a central front blade and side flaps that attach to the production bumper. The trunk deck, whose air ducts on the left and right-hand side, further reduce lift on the front axle. The carbon covers for the door mirrors round out the racing looks effectively.
The Novitec Torado rocker panels are claimed to create a perfect transition between the front and rear wheel arches, thus minimizing turbulences at the sides of the vehicle. In addition, they give the Huracán Spyder a lower and sleeker visual stance.
The rear end also received a sporty Novitec Torado upgrade. The shapes of the diffuser and rear spoiler lip were refined in the wind tunnel to create an optimal aerodynamic balance in concert with the Novitec Torado bodywork components at the front. A large rear airfoil is optionally available for the Spyder. A rear molding forms an even more spectacular backdrop for the taillights of the Huracán. A tailor-made carbon cover for the ten-cylinder engine continues the racing look in the engine bay.
The tailor-made wheels are manufactured using hi-tech forging technology. Five distinctive pairs of spokes that extend to the outer edge of the rim flange lend the Italian sports car fascinating looks. The combination of 20-inch rims at the front and 21-inch wheels on the rear axle emphasizes the wedge shape of the Lamborghini. The three-piece NL1 alloys, which come in practically all colors and even in an especially sporty version with carbon coating on the outer rim wells, are mounted on the Huracán at the front in size 9Jx20 with 245/30 ZR 20 tires. The wheel arches on the rear axle are filled out perfectly by 12.5Jx21 rims and 325/25 ZR 21 tires. Pirelli supplies the optimal rubber in form of its P-Zero high-performance tires.
Novitec Torado sport springs lower the ride height of the two-seater by about 35 millimeters which, due to the lower center of gravity, benefit the handling. A height-adjustable coilover suspension will soon be available for all Huracán models.
The Novitec Torado sport exhaust systems is claimed to optimize the power delivery. Apart from stainless steel, customers can opt for the lightweight INCONEL, a material also used in Formula 1 racing. As a result, the optimized power delivery goes hand in hand with significant weight savings over the production exhaust. In addition, Novitec Torado also offers lighter and more efficient sport catalysts.
Another domain of Novitec Torado is creating an even more exclusive cockpit in practically any color imaginable. Individual customer requests are fulfilled using the finest leathers and Alcantara. Check out the Novitec Torado Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder through a detailed image gallery below and let us know your views through the comments section.