While waiting for a more powerful variant of the Huracan to come from Lamborghini, Novitec had already taken some steps on their own and recently took the covers off their new Torado N-Largo. Limiting the production to only 25 cars, this Huracan is not only about looks as Novitec made sure that it has the power to go with it as well.
The N-Largo body kit widens up the Huracan by 12cm than the production car, but it does not look like an add-on kit like Liberty Walk’s. Blending in seamlessly with the car, it gives you the impression that this is actually a product from Lamborghini, which actually happened when some got fooled seeing this car in the real world and thinking it is a ‘Superleggera’ version.
Sitting inside those wide fenders are custom NL2 wheels featuring a five double-spoke design measuring 20-inch at the front and 21-inch at the rear. Novitec also said that the N-Largo rocker panels create a “perfect transition between the wider fenders”, and also offer integrated brake cooling ducts.
As for the performance, Novitec is still working on a supercharged version of the Huracan’s 5.2-liter V10 engine with a maximum output of 860PS and a peak torque of 708 lb-ft. It will be paired with a high-performance exhaust system, available in two lightweight versions made out of Inconel, a material also used in Formula 1.