Video: How To Modify Lamborghini, So That Later It Would Not Be Ashamed: Photo Post
Refining supercars is a risky undertaking. Once you gape a little, and now your office is already called Mansory. There is an opinion that it is generally not worth touching cars, which are already beautiful. But if you really want to, then you can. Just be careful. An example of such a neat tuning, or rather, even styling, is the Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD from the German company Novitec.
Not the most interesting part of this story is the description of the technical specifications. There are no eight turbines, three compressors and five electric motors. The tuners have left the naturally aspirated 5.2 V10 alone, so it produces a stock 610bhp. and 560 Nm of torque.
"What is the conversation about then?" - you ask. After all, no special changes are visible from the outside, but this is not entirely true. It's just that they added something to the car that really makes it better, and does not turn it into a contender for getting into the selection of the most ridiculous and wild tuning. See for yourself!
New parts include a carbon fiber front splitter and hood, a small wing on the front bumper and a large rear wing. Can you guess what it's made of? And the cherries on the cake are exclusive Vossen wheels and an optionally adjustable lowered suspension. In a word, beauty, and more!
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