The Lamborghini Huracan has gone through an in-depth upgrade process courtesy of RevoZport. Work started in the engine area where the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine has received a remapped ECU, improved intake system and an F1-grade inconel exhaust system that eliminates gasses six times faster than a titanium exhaust and it weighs only 7 kg. As a result of these tweaks, the ten-cylinder engine is now capable of producing a massive 700 PS (515 kW) which represents a 90 PS (66 kW) increase compared to the regular Huracan.
Revozport’s engineers have put the supercar on a strict diet by shaving off a whopping 100 kg (220 lbs) thanks to a carbon fiber hood, side scoop extensions, front splitter, fenders, doors and a GT spoiler. In addition, the rear diffuser is also made from carbon fiber and comes with built-in flaps that upon the press of a button can be lowered as a way to increase downforce.
These upgrades are available for both the coupe and Spyder versions of the Lamborghini Huracan and according to RevoZport, the Spyder also gets a carbon fiber cross frame inside the doors to enhance rigidity.
The tuner mentions it takes two weeks from order until the kit is ready to be delivered.