Although the Huracan belongs to the dying breed of naturally aspirated supercars, being one of the last mainstream mid-engine machines that said no to force induction, it never seemed like it actually needed additional improvements.
But that didn’t stop O.CT Tuning to uprate the 5.2-litre, V10 engine to a 805 PS/810 Nm with the help of compressor kit – which is German for supercharger.
With this intriguing upgrade, the company says it brought the bull out of is shell – a believable statement especially as the Huracan underwent a 20 Kg weight reduction thanks to a revised exhaust system. Can you imagine how a V10 with a supercharger on top and a thorough modified exhaust sounds like?
Probably as impressive as the newly gained performance figures, which catapult the car from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.5 seconds, and from 0 to 200 km/h (120 mph) in 8.3. The top speed remains a mystery, although it will surely go beyond the 325 Km/h (202 mph) stock value.
The same upgrades developed for the Huracan can be installed on the Audi R8, as the two vehicles share the same unit. So, if a 805 PS Huracan isn’t your cup of tea, just think of an Audi R8 with the same power output.