Today, Mansory unveiled their take on the new Lamborghini Huracán and it involves carbon fiber, a wide body and massive amounts of power.
To be debuted at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show, the new Mansory Huracán offers drivers a car that is wider in stance thanks to the new carbon fiber body panels. Each of these new body pieces, like the front and rear fascias, side skirts and rear wing, is crafted from carbon fiber that is “cured under high pressure and high temperatures in an autoclave,” according to the aftermarket company’s website. Thanks to the utilization of the lightweight material, the car’s weight has been reduced.
Joining the body modifications are new alloy wheels, sized 9×20-inches in the front and 12.5×21-inches in the rear. The front wheels are fitted with 245/30ZR20 tires, while large 325/30ZR20 tires are in the rear.
Laying down power to these new tires is the first stage of Mansory’s engine power program. This includes an upgraded exhaust manifold and muffler, a single turbo, new fuel pressure control, new intake manifold injectors and optimizations made to the engine and transmission’s computers.
These changes result in 838 hp, a substantial hike over the base Huracán‘s 602 hp. Additionally, torque has been increased from 413 lb-ft to 575 lb-ft. Put this power to the test and the car will shoot from 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds, topping out at 205 mph.
The Mansory Huracán has a plethora of upgrades that aim to make it stand out from the crowd, even more so than before. Be sure to stay with us as more information on this new Italian bull is released.
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