Welcome to Novitec’s Lamborghini Huracan supercharger upgrade package. There’s bumps in power, and a boost in visual impact – not that the standard Huracan is lacking in these two areas.
The once naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 powering the Lamborghini Huracan will soon be slapped with two superchargers, and the results are going to be staggering. Output is increased by 184kW and 400Nm, Novitec says, resulting in 633kW and 960Nm. This is in stark contrast to what now seems a conservative 449kW/560Nm that the stock Huracan produces.
To produce the extra power there’s also a new exhaust system constructed from Inconel, an exotic material previously reserved for Formula 1. Novitec hasn’t technically finalised the package but by the looks of these initial figures, this will be a frighteningly quick vehicle.
No word yet on specific performance times, but we’re expecting Lambo’s official 0-100km/h time of 3.4 seconds and top speed of 324km/h in the two-wheel drive 610-6 Spyder to take a rather massive tumble.
Novitec’s Lamborghini arm known as Novitec Torado is responsible for coming up with the forced induction kit, and has redesigned parts of the body for even more aerodynamic efficiency, and lowered the ride height by 35mm. The kit, previewed here by Novitec’s Verde Mantis green example, can also be optioned with a bare-carbon finish.
There’s also a variety of choices available for the forged wheels, 20-inch front and 21-inch rear, and interior options of leather, Alcantara and more.
The Novitec Group, based in Germany, also has several other arms focussed on aftermarket performance with luxury marques. Novitec Rosso takes care of all modifications to Ferrari models, while Novitec Tridente focusses on Maserati, Spofec handles the most luxurious of all, Rolls-Royce.