Mansory's 838hp Huracán
Mansory’s body modifications sometimes can be considered a bit vulgar, but this time around, what the German tuning house has done to the Lamborghini Huracán is actually pretty tasteful. They have turned the good looking (but a bit understated for a Lamborghini) Huracán and made it aggressive and more like a Trofeo Stradale version that Lamborghini is planning to make sometime in the future.
Mansory have accomplished this be bestowing the Huracán with specially designed wing mirrors, front and rear bumpers and side skirts all made from high-tech carbon materials. Up front, there are daytime running lights that are unique to the Mansory Huracán. Mansory says that the body modifications are not just cosmetic and they all help in improving high-speed stability and down force especially over the rear axle. Wheels are 20inch wrapped in 245/30ZR20 tires upfront with 21inch with a tyre size of 325/25ZR21 at the rear.
Mansory saved the best changes for the 5.2-liter V10 engine with the addition of a high-performance exhaust manifold and muffler, addition of a single turbo, new pressure control, intake manifold fuel injectors and optimised electronic engine and transmission management. This modifications and changes pushes the engine to 838 hp from 602 hp in the Lamborghini Huracán and a torque figure of 575lb ft. Acceleration as a result is devastating, with 0-62mph time shaved by 0.3sec to 2.9 seconds but the top speed remains the same at 205mph. My guess would be that the increased downforce created by the rear-wing and diffuser setup limits a higher top speed.
No word yet on pricing of the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán supercar, but expect to know more about the Mansory Huracán when it makes its official debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show.