You know what was missing? A modified Lamborghini Huracan.
The beauty of Lamborghini’s entry-level offering is that it lends itself to tuners. Even though it comes with a naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10, the powerplant is sturdy enough to withstand a plethora of high-end, high-demanding mods that can catapult its performance figures. That’s why we’ve seen Huracans with over a thousand horsepower, boasting twin-turbocharged systems and interesting upgrades.
So, it comes as no surprise to see RevoZport taking advantage of the Huracan’s attributes, making it into a “no-compromise” hypercar. In fact, we might just say it takes the Lambo’s qualities a bit further.
Called the Razmig this Huracan comes with a tuning-industry first carbon-fiber rear diffuser with active aerodynamic components. According to RevoZport, the flaps can be lowered with just a push of a button to deliver extra downforce.
The LP 610-4 Spyder variant even comes with carbon-fiber cross-frames inside both doors to make it more rigid. Furthermore, the tuner offers carbon hood, carbon doors, carbon fenders, a front splitter with dive planes, side scoop extensions as well as a carbon GT spoiler – components which shave-off 100 kg of the car’s total weight.
The 5.2-litre V10 wasn’t stressed with heavy mods, though, as RevoZport “only” bumped the power up by 90 hp to make it develop a total output of 700 hp. Mind you, the powerplant remains naturally aspirated, as the power increase was made possible thanks to a tuned ECU, an upgraded intake system and a Formula One-grade Inconel exhaust. By: Carscoops