The tuners at Novitec Torado have given the baby RWD Lambo a twin supercharger conversion to make it even more tail-happy.

After giving the all-paw Huracan the supercharger treatment, the aftermarket specialists at Novitec Torado then decided to fiddle with the slightly less powerful naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine of the rear-wheel-drive model. The ten-cylinder engine has not one, but two superchargers boosting output to a grand total of 830 horsepower (611 kilowatts). That is a lot more bull power than the regular Huracan LP580-2, which as the name implies has “only” 580 hp. There’s no word about peak torque at the moment of writing, but that must have risen as well quite a lot over the series 398 pound-feet (540 Newton-meters).

As a result of slapping on a couple of superchargers, the RWD Huracan will sound significantly different than the standard one with the NA engine. Should you not be satisfied with how it sounds, the tuner has a sports exhaust system available with either a stainless steel or an inconel construction. It delivers a more powerful soundtrack and you can have it with or without sound management achieved through the adjustable exhaust flap controllable via a button mounted inside.

Lamborghini Huracan by Novitec Torado
Lamborghini Huracan by Novitec Torado

Besides going down the supercharger route, Novitec Torado has also developed a subtle custom body kit for the supercar, as subtle as a Lamborghini can be… The changes to the car’s appearance are more than just for show, as the tuner is saying that with the body kit in place the rear-wheel-drive Huracan is going to be more aerodynamically efficient than the stock car from Sant’Agata Bolognese. Most of the new pieces are made from carbon fiber and can be optionally had without any paint. In addition, a discreet rear spoiler lip is available at an additional cost to go along with the other body tweaks. If you want to stand out, the tuner will be happy to supply a prominent rear wing.

Rounding off the visual changes are the new 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels matched by a 35-mm lowered ride height to give the RWD Huracan a more powerful visual impact. Those willing to spend more can order carbon coating for the outer edge of the wheels.

For your viewing pleasure, Novitec Torado has also released a couple of promo videos with its supercharged tail-happy Huracan.

Source: Novitec Torado

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