Mansory has revealed its own take on the Lamborghini Huracan. And while that’s no surprise – the firm modifies everything from Bugattis to high-end golf carts – it is the unusually good job it’s done on the baby Bull that has our attention.
Providing a welcome change from the wince-inducing products Mansory are better known for, the Mansory Huracan’s bodykit retains much of the car’s sleekness whilst upping its menace. It includes a front and rear bumper, side skirts and rear wing that are, in typical Mansory fashion, all made from carbon fibre.
At the same time new forged 21 x 12.5-inch wheels have been stuffed under the rear guards while 20 x 9.0-inch wheels feature at the front end.
The accompanying 245mm-wide front and 325mm-wide rear tyres will certainly have their work cut out for them thanks to an all-new turbocharger kit Mansory has mated to the Huracan’s 5.2-litre V10. Unlike the usual force-fed Lamborghinis that frequent YouTube crash videos, the Mansory Huracan relies on one turbocharger instead of two for 625kW at 8200rpm and 780Nm at 5300rpm. Mansory says that translates to a 100km/h sprint in 2.9sec and 330km/h maximum speed.
Inside, the interior welcomes a new steering wheel, lashings of carbon fibre and ‘flawless’ leather skin.
Expect to see more of the car when it debuts at early next month at the Geneva Motor Show.
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