We're here to give you an example of that, namely a drag race involving a twin-turbo Huracan that has been pushed to 950 PS and another Huracan, which has kept its naturally aspirated nature, but has jumped to 650 PS.
The two V10 Raging Bulls enjoyed their brawl at a Russian event, with the pice of footage below showing them engaging in a quarter mile drag race.
The (really) big pictureReturning to the global Lamborghini Huracan tuning landscape, US tuners take the cake. And, after all the years work connected to the Gallardo platform, this shouldn't come as a surprise. In fact, earlier this year, we've seen Underground Racing and Heffner Performance stealing the Fastest 1/4-mile Huracan record from each other on multiple occasions. For the moment, the first seems to have added the trophy to its cabinet.
As for the absolute power battle, we must once again mention Underground Racing name, as their UR2 Huracan sees its driver having to manhandle north of 2,300 ponies. Sure, such output levels mean the supercar loses its streetability asset. But you can still get a "daily" with 1,500 hp or so, if that's what you're looking for.
P.S.: While the Lambos we see in this Russian fight have kept their appearance stock, or nearly stock, we don't need to mention the colors of the Bulls, as the hefty performance gap between the two allows for instant differentiation.