The exhaust sounds like burning dynamite fuse at low revs and you know you’re going to be in for quite an explosion once that rev counter climbs.
The custom exhaust uses inconel, the same material featured by F1 cars, so it’s also lighter than the standard one. When strapped to a dyno, the iPE-fitted Huracan offered an extra 10 hp and a curiously-large 59 Nm (43.5 lb-ft) torque boost.
Gifting the Huracan with a custom exhaust is a bit ironicThe irony of this story is that the Huracan doesn’t really need an exhaust upgrade. Perhaps the only real benefit in terms of the sound is that the driver can open or close the valves indepent from the driving modes, something similar to what Porsche offers on its cars.
In fact, this V10 bull’s stock repertoire has convinced us to give it the hurl-a-can nickname. If you take your foot off the happy pedal in the Corsa driving mode, the exhaust sounds like it’s machine gunning the cars around. Oh well, to each each his own aural delights.