Scooped Huracan Is No Superleggera But A 848 PS Novitec Torado Upgrade

The images of a Huracan, shared a couple of months ago, that was supposedly the Superleggera, turned out to be a false alarm.

That’s because they actually depict an upgrade program for the Italian supercar made by Novitec Torado.

The tuner has released a complete photo gallery of the updated model, along with the first details on it. Upgrades include the different front and rear bumpers, custom side skirts, carbon rear diffuser, rear wing and carbon fiber center fin.

Width has increased by 6cm (2.3in) at the front and 12cm (4.7in) at the rear and the baby Lambo now sits 3.3cm (1.3in) closer to the road, thanks to the lowering springs. It also wears 20-inch front and 21-inch rear custom rims wrapped in 245/30 and 325/25 Pirelli P Zero tires.

This Huracan isn’t only for show, either. Its 5.2-liter V10 was supercharged and now delivers a total of 848PS (836hp) and 960Nm (709lb-ft) of torque, up from the stock car’s 610PS (602hp) and 560Nm (413lb-ft).

Novitec Torado didn’t talk about the performance specs and didn’t mention anything on its price either – it just announced that only 25 kits will be made.