Like The Evo But Don’t Want To Trade In Your Huracan? Try Misha Designs’ Body Kit

The Huracan was only recently revamped, gaining a sleuth of new tech, the Evo suffix and a more aggressive and angular exterior look.

While a number of owners will just trade in their Huracans for the Evo, others may, for whatever reason, not want to part with their supercar just yet, but would like something that doesn’t look like it’s so ‘last year’.

If that’s the case, they might want to take a look to what Misha Designs is cooking up for the baby Lambo. Previewed in the renderings below, the body kit will be made exclusively from carbon fiber and makes the Italian supercar significantly more aggressive than even the Performante.

Up front, the tuner has developed a bespoke bumper that includes a carbon fiber splitter and carbon fiber air intake surrounds. Further modifications include louvers on the front wheel arches and a different hood that incorporates large air extractors and a central panel made from carbon fiber.

Misha Designs has also fitted extended carbon side skirts and carbon trimming on the intakes. Rounding out the bodykit is a bold rear diffuser, bumper, and a fixed rear wing, along with hexagonal quad tailpipes.

All of the parts can be easily mounted to the Huracan’s exterior without any modifications – which is very welcome, since it means all changes are entirely reversible. Pricing details for the kit haven’t been announced yet, but the tuner says it will start delivering components to customers in May or June this year.

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  • João Coelho 🇵🇹

    What does this have to do with the Evo?

    • Mike Sinyaboot ©

      Absolutely nothing. This article is content for the sake of content. I cant imagine how the author thought it made any sense. The updates in the Evo go far beyond a slightly reworked appearance. It has 7 times the downforce, rear wheel steering from the Aventador, the Performantes increased HP, torque vectoring, the Performantes exhaust location, new electromechanicals, new adaptive software, and an infotainment touchscreen in the center console to control everything. It is 3 seconds faster around Lamborghinis test track.

      But hey, this random render of an upcoming body kit is an equally attractive substitute for the Evo and its significant technological updates.

  • alexxx

    Oh yeahhh

  • Zandit75

    I want to like, and in a lot of places, I really do, but the Huracan is not an Aventador, which this kit is trying to emulate.
    Also, where are the exhaust pipes? I can see tubular vents for the rear tyres, which is new, but I can’t see the actual exhaust pipes! Is this an electric conversion??!!!

  • Tim Manning

    Looks awesome

  • Bash

    This looks awesome.

  • Mr. EP9

    Nope. This kit is in no ways a substitute for the EVO which is far superior to the Huracan.


  • Infinite1

    Not the best rendering in my opinion

  • nellydesign

    I can put functional fender vents on my Huracan without doing any mods? OK…

  • Astonman

    i like everything except the hood.

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