Lamborghini sees its rear-wheel drive Huracán Evo as a masterpiece. The German tuner Novitec sees it as a blank canvas. A variety of interior, exterior, and landing gear parts were announced that were specifically designed for the model.
Novitec is not intimidated by the Raging Bull’s Heckwedel Coupé. It has tuned a long list of exotic cars, including the limited-edition SP1 and SP2 models from McLaren Senna and Ferrari. The updates usually lean to the subtle side of the scale (we recommend giving Mansory a call if you’re looking for sheer extravagance), and the Huracán is no exception. It looks tamer than the racing car-inspired STO model launched in November 2020.
Carbon fiber add-ons give the coupe a more muscular look, and Novitec claims they improve the aerodynamic profile too. Side skirts reduce the ground clearance of the Huracán, while more cooling air is directed to the rear brakes, for example. At the rear, a newly designed wing brings more downforce to the rear axle than the factory unit.
Not all updates are cosmetic. Novitec offers a range of lowering sport springs specially developed for the rear-wheel drive version of the Huracán (the front end of which is lighter than that of the all-wheel model). Alternatively, it has teamed up with KW to develop an aluminum coilover kit with racing technology. Users who choose this option can choose one of 13 compression and rebound profiles in the low and high speed range.
Novitec hasn’t modified the Huracan’s 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10, which produces 610 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. However, the parts catalog includes a high-performance exhaust system made from stainless steel or Inconel, a lighter material often used in Formula 1 vehicles. Both can be plated in .999 gold for better heat dissipation. Various exhaust tips (including some made of carbon) are also on the menu.
Emblems, spacers and a practically unlimited choice of upholstery colors and materials complete the list of personalization options available. Pricing largely depends on the scope of the changes requested.