Novitec Torado's supercharger boosts output by 250 horsepower.

While some will use the word 'blasphemy' to describe a supercharged Lamborghini, others will appreciate the significant power hike over the regular, naturally-aspirated version. The aftermarket specialists from Novitec Torado are big fans of supercharged Lambos and are currently working on a Huracan Spyder to follow the Coupe version presented at the beginning of the year.

As it was the case with its fixed-roof sibling, the open-top baby Lamborghini will be motivated by a supercharged 5.2-liter V10 engine with a massive 860 hp (633 kW) instead of the usual 610 hp (449 kW). Torque will also be enjoying a massive bump from the series 412 pound-feet (560 newton-meters) to 709 lb-ft (960 Nm).

There’s no word about performance, but you can imagine the huge power gain will probably slash a few tenths of a second from the 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) sprint which in the regular Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder takes 3.4 seconds. At the same time, the stronger V10 engine will likely enable the topless supercar to go well beyond the 201 mph (324 kph) of the regular model.

To go along with the upgraded 5.2-liter unit, Novitec Torado has also created a more aerodynamic body dipped in carbon fiber. While the Huracan Spyder presented in the attached images is wearing Lamborghini’s Verde Mantis hue, the tuner says customers are able to order a naked carbon version of the body kit.

Those looking for further customization options can select from aftermarket 20-inch front and 21-inch rear forged wheels with matching tires, and also from a wide variety of options to spice up the interior cabin.

Source: Novitec Torado

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