Tuning firm Novitec launches the ‘Torado N-Largo’ with hypercar baiting performance and bodykit.
If you’re one of the people that thought the standard Lamborghini Huracan was a bit tame, you’ll like what German tuning firm Novitec has done to it. The Torado N-Largo gets 848bhp thanks to a supercharged 5.2 litre V10 engine.
That’s a full 246bhp more than the standard car, and 81bhp more than the new Ferrari F12tdf. A healthy figure, then, made more impressive by the torque figure: 960Nm, or more than a Tesla Model S P85D. Performance figures have yet to be released, however.
To help the Torado N-Largo stand out even further than the standard Huracan, it’s treated to a body kit that makes it nearly 12cm wider than before. The wheel wells are also chunkier to house custom alloys.
Chunky carbon-fibre front and side skirts feature, and the hood, side intakes and tail-lamp surrounds also get the carbon treatment. It’s been lowered by 35mm with adjustable sports springs, and a high-performance exhaust can be optioned.
Buyers can specify all manner of materials for the cabin, too. One thing that isn’t specified yet is the price, but expect a big jump over the standard Huracan’s £182,000 price tag.