Novitec is a firm which should be familiar with car enthusiasts as it is a tuning company famous for making cars faster than they already are. The Lamborghini Huracan is the one that has caught their attention now.
After tuning multiple vehicles and making cars go blazingly fast, the team has worked on the 5.2 liter V10 engine. With the help of the supercharged engine and a couple of tweaks made to it, they have achieved a phenomenal 848 bhp out of the car. The system has been tested officially and will soon find its way to the market as a performance upgrade kit for owners who like to push the Huracan to its maximum limit.
Named as the Torado N Largo body kit, the tweaked add-on will add up to 246 bhp to the conventional Lamborghini Huracan model. It is even faster than the Ferrari 12tdf. When the body kit is added to the car, the overall width of the vehicle will increase. Official papers claim that they have made it 12 centimeters wider in order to balance the center of gravity and the overall stability of the vehicle.
The wheel wells have been made chunkier in order to accommodate the increased speed. Carbon fiber materials are used in the front as well as the side of the car. The same fiber materials are used in other areas of the vehicle including the tail lamp, the intakes on the sides as well as the hood.
The height of the Lamborghini Huracan has been reduced by 35mm and highly versatile, fully adjustable sports springs are used. Buyers can choose to add a high performance exhaust by paying additional cost. The base price of the Huracan is already high at a breathtaking 182k pounds in the UK which is expected to go much higher when you opt to buy it with the new performance, body kit added to it.
While everything looks amazing on paper, buyers have already complained that buying a car with tweaked body and engine performance could lead to warranty issues. Besides, it also reduces the longevity of the vehicle because of tuners which push the engine to its peak performance at an early stage.
Would you be opting for a vehicle which has been tweaked as the one being offered by Novitec? How has been your experience with such third party companies?
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