The Lamborghini Huracán has just entered production, and yet tuners have already begun work on upgrades for the Gallardo’s newest brother. This is a surprise to me, as this particular Lamborghini model looks simply amazing and it’s technical specs sheet isn’t half bad, either; the brand’s first dual-clutch transmission is really not to be ignored.
The Wheelsandmore garage went to work on the Lamborghini, after dubbing it the LP850-4 Lucifero; it now features a mild cosmetic makeover, which includes a thin stripe running across the top and a nice set of Wheelsandmore F.I.W.E. center-lock alloys – 20” at the fronts and 21” at the rear. Under the bonnet, there are some serius improvements.
The tuner is planning on offering three power kits for the 5.2 L V10 Lamborghini engine. The first one get the engine to develop 641, from 601 horsepower stock; the second stage kit adds a supercharger which will provide 766 horsepower to the driver. The top package will get you shoved inside the seat with 838 horsepower being delivered to the wheels, after the transmission and driveline have been strengthened accordingly). Customers may also opt out for a hydraulically-adjustable racing suspension system, for better handling and is also available to make the Lucifero’s handling. Can’t wait for other similar projects!