German tuner Novitec Torado has released the N-Largo, its take on the Lamborghini Huracan.
A supercharged version of Lamborghini’s V10 is currently under development for the car and when it’s finished it will put out around 860 horsepower and 708 lb-ft of torque.
The N-Largo wears a widebody kit that is about 4-inches wider than the standard car at the rear and fender flares which bulge about 2-inches more than a Huracan. This extra space allows the N-Largo to use 12.5Jx21 wheels wrapped in 325/25 ZR 21 Pirelli P ZERO high-performance tires. The front wheels are slightly smaller at 20-inches, to accentuate the wedge shape of the car.
The new front and rear bumpers, rear wing, rear diffuser and all the other little aerodynamics add-ons on the car were tested extensively in a wind tunnel to achieve optimal downforce. Thanks to sport springs, the N-Largo can be lowered to sit just over one-inch lower than the Huracan.
Novitec also offers performance exhausts for the Huracan which are already available and are made from inconel, the same material used in Formula 1. Each exhaust system features a butterfly valve that allows the driver to have sound management control.
Only 25 examples of the N-Largo will be made.
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