Mansory Reveals Turbocharged 838hp Lamborghini Huracan

The Lamborghini Huracan isn’t exactly a slow car but given the outrageous competition it suffers from, it sure looks like it can use a healthy boost in performance, just for the bragging rights’ sake only.

Mansory is one of the first to offer a full-blown, no pun intended, aftermarket tuning package for the Huracan which basically includes a wider carbon bodywork, bigger wheels, a turbo-kit installed and other cosmetic options. Power is raised from 602hp/8,250rpm to an impressive 838hp/8,200rpm with torque reaching 780Nm (575 lb ft) available at 5,300rpm instead of the normal 560Nm-413 lb ft/6,500rpm. The Mansory Huracan accelerates from standstill to 62mph just 2.9 seconds and will keep going until it reaches 330km/h – 205mph.

The turbo kit upgrade will be the first stage of the Mansory’s Huracan program and contains a high performance exhaust manifold and muffler, a single turbo, a new fuel pressure control, new fuel injectors and an optimised electronic engine and transmission management.

The front and rear bumper, side skirts, rear diffuser and wing are made from 100% carbon-fibre according to Mansory, reducing the total weight of the car and feeding more downforce to rear of the car. Mansory though does not specify how much weight was saved.

The new lightweight wheels measure 9,0x20in at the front and 12,5x21in at the back, dressed in 245/30s and 325/25s tyres respectively. The leather used for the interior trim is according to Mansory “extremely resilient, but still tremendously soft. Only natural flawless leather skins are integrated into the interior and finished with contrasting stitching by the in-house saddlery.” A different steering wheel, a set of aluminium pedals and lots of pure carbon bits on the dash complete the picture of the tuned Huracan.

The Lamborghini Huracan Mansory will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, joining a lot of other fresh debuts of the supercar community.

Mansory is known for turning eclectic machinery into something of questionable taste but that’s the game some of the really rich customers prefer. Insert here the popular quote about hating the game and not the players and let’s move on.

After all, the Mansory’s Lamborghini Huracan doesn’t look bad at all.


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