American tuner VF Engineering has taken the wraps off its modified Lamborghini Huracan. The unchanged exterior might tempt you to believe this is a regular Huracan, but underneath the familiar skin it’s a different beast as the 5.2-liter V10 has been supercharged. It now benefits from an Eaton TVS2300 supercharger that has taken the ten-cylinder engine from 602 bhp and 413 lb-ft to 805 bhp and 610 lb-ft of torque. To have access to such immense power figures you will have to pay $32,995 and for this money you’ll also get a dual-air charge cooler system, an aluminum intake manifold and a Bosch water pump. The package also encompasses a high-density water radiator, remapped engine ECU and K&N induction filters.
According to VF Engineering, the supercharged Lamborghini Huracan provides just about the same level of performance as the Aventador. Moreover, the torque is accessible from only 2,300 rpm and the V10 offers a linear power band that should put a smile on the owner’s face.
The supercharger kit is reversible which means that you will be able to switch back to natural aspiration at some point in the future when you’ll get bored of the supercharger setup, although we don’t see why this could happen.
Source: VF Engineering