GWA Tuning Gives the Lamborghini Huracan a Mean Makeover
Modifying a car is truly an art form. Do it poorly, and you’ll lament that outrageous hood scoop or fender flare for the rest of time. But do it right, and the end result can be simply jaw-dropping. Better file this 2015 Lamborghini Huracan in the “jaw-on-the-floor” category. The Italian thoroughbred comes shod in a new set of sleek Toro wheels, designed by Miami-based GWA Tuning, however it’s the extreme widebody package that was built to accommodate these sizable wheels that really draws the eyes. According to GWA, the company will soon offer both the Lamborghini widebody package and Toro wheels to those not content with staying stock. RELATED: GWA is Bringing Back the Studebaker Commander with 600-HP
Like the “Liberty Walk” look? The GWA carbon fiber widebody kit adds extra-wide fender flares, front and rear, in order to swallow those cavernous gold wheels, and proudly sports a series of exposed rivets along the way. Up front, a red aerodynamic element finds a home within the Huracan’s gaping maw, while additional winglets kiss the pavement underneath.
Out back, an aggressive bumper extension hugs the quartet of exhaust pipes, tacks on a few more aerodynamic elements, and integrates with a rear undertray. The whole look is pulled together nicely by a trio of green, white, and red stripes that make a dive along the supercar’s flanks and into the side scoops. Any wilder and it might look like the Huracan Super Trofeo race car.
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Despite the powerful 602-horsepower V10 found underneath the rear haunches of the new Lamborghini Huracan, not everyone was pleased with the design of the Lamborghini Gallardo successor. Perhaps a nutty widebody kit is enough of a prod to make those critics reconsider.
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