The 5.2-liter V10 has been gifted with a supercharger kit, while also receiving an exhaust system made of Inconel - this is an ultra-light alloy used for Formula One car exhaust systems.
As a result, the unit now delivers 860 hp and a peak twist of 960 Nm (708 lb-ft). The standard Huracan already offers performance that sits in the Aventador area, as the two are extremely close in terms of power-to-weight ratio. Perhaps this is why the tuner chose not to announce the new go-fast figures, leaving the aura of mystery to keep us on our toes.
Novitec Torado also gifted the Huracan N-Largo with a carbon fiber wide body kit. Interestingly enough, the package is so well integrated that it takes a trained eye to spot it. That doesn’t apply to the rear wing, though - as most tuners who touched Lamborghinis’ Novitec replaced the standard active wing with a massive fixed one.
A set of Novitec wheels completes the custom scenery. Up front, the Huracan N-Largo gets 20-inch wheels wrapped in 245/30 tires for the front axle, while the 21-inch rear wheels at the back use 325/25 tires.
Climbing aboard, we find a host of customization possibilities, with materials such as Alcantara and carbon fiber trim being available.
Novitec went out to play in Lamborghini’s hometown, Sant’Agata Bolognese, and we can only salute that. If only they had provided a decent soundtrack...