The spotlight has moved away from the Lamborghini Huracan Performante after its Nurburgring record was broken by the larger and more powerful Aventador SVJ. However, the Italian supercar has popped on the radar of Wheelsandmore, which fitted it with, well, new wheels – and more.
The tuner starts with the 5.2-liter, naturally aspirated V10 giving it new software to generate an extra 20 PS (20 hp / 15 kW) and 22 Nm (16 lb-ft) of torque. Additionally, another 6 PS (6 hp / 4 kW) have been provided by the aftermarket exhaust system, with remote-controlled flaps, that also improve the soundtrack, and the end result is 666 PS (657 hp / 490 kW), hence the Diabolico moniker.
Available for the Spyder variant as well, the components are joined by suspension upgrades. The tuner recommends installing the lowering springs, made by KW, which bring the body 30 mm (1.18 in) closer to the ground and still leave room for the aftermarket wheels. The 9.0×20-inch front and 12.5×21-inch rear center-locking rims, which can be personalized to customers’ specifications, fill the wheel arches nicely and are shod in 245/30/20 and 325/25/21 tires, from either Michelin or Pirelli.
The chip tuning for the Performante costs a reasonable €2,520 ($2,844), and the exhaust, complete with the remote control unit, has a €4,831 ($5,451) price tag, while the lowering springs add another €982 ($1,108).