We are now back on the topic to show you not one, but two such Huracans, with the Lamborghinis having recently taken part in a drag racing event that was held on an airfield runway. The virtually unlimited tarmac allowed the blown Raging Bulls to fully stretch their mechanical legs, with the empty runway leading to delicious velocity levels.
You can check out the action in the clip below, with the aural side obviously being an important ingredient here - since we're not talking about the usual twin-turbo path, which had admittedly seen the Huracan traveling well north of the 2,000 hp border, the aural side of the story is an uber-strong one.
With the VF Engineering Huracan supercharger kit dialing things to 800 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque and costing $33,000, it's safe to say we're talking about impressive value-for-money here.
In terms of performance numbers, the VF Engineering Huracan can complete the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 2.3 seconds, while the quarter mile run is dealt with in 9.8 seconds. The rest of the supercar's tech side remains unchanged, but nobody seems to have complained so far.
P.S.: There's also a less shiny part to the footage and it has to do with the way in which the gears are shifted, despite the simple paddle system of the Huracan.