With a carbon fiber wide-body kit, forged alloys and an 860 PS supercharged V10 engine, this Lamborghini Huracan, limited to just 25 cars, is sure to attract some attention.

The N-Largo wide-body kit makes this Huracan about 12 cm (4.7 in) wider than the production car, though you’ll probably notice the flared rear fenders first, bonded seamlessly to the car, giving you the impression that it was “born this way”, to quote a certain someone’s hit pop single.   Supercharged 860 PS Novitec Torado N-Largo Breaks Cover

The wheel wells are 6 cm wider (2.3 in) and host the NL2 custom wheels, featuring a five double-spoke design and measuring 20″ at the front and 21″ at the rear.

Novitec also emphasizes that the N-Largo rocker panels create a “perfect transition between the wider fenders” and also come with integrated brake cooling ducts that keep things cool for the rear discs and calipers. In order to figure out all the aero, extensive testing was done in a wind tunnel, where the main focus was on the new front and rear bumpers, as well as the rear airfoil.

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Other noticeable carbon fiber components are of course the hood and the side air intakes, though the side mirror covers and tail lamp surrounds are also made from the same high-tech material. Inside, customers will be able to customize the cockpit to their exact preferences – with a selection of the finest leathers and Alcantara, in any desired color.

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The German tuner installed sports springs that can lower the ride height of the Torado N-Largo by about 35 mm (1.3 in). Drivers who desire even sportier damper settings will be able to purchase the height-adjustable coil-over suspension in the near future. In terms of power, Novitec is working on a supercharged version of the Huracan’s 5.2-liter V10 engine. The max output will be about 860 PS (633 kW) while peak torque will sit in the 960 Nm (708 lb-ft) range – which probably means hypercar-like acceleration and top speed figures, though nothing official yet.

Last but not least, we have the high-performance exhaust system, available in two lightweight versions made out of a material (Inconel) also used in Formula 1. Drivers will be able to do a little sound management of their own with the help of the controlled butterfly vales, which is great considering how amazing this V10 engine sounds even when stock. The Novitec Torado N-Largo can be ordered either as a complete car or can be built based on an existing Huracan Coupe. By: Carscoops