WHILE Lamborghini can never be accused of insipid design, there’s good news for anyone who wants a Huracan supercar but feels it’s lacking some apparent go-fast bling.
The company has released three official styling packs which include an aero kit boasting a big rear wing, side skirts, double rear diffuser and a sporty front splitter.
The aerodynamic package pays homage to the Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo racer – albeit in a cosmetic way. While Lamborghini insists it’s been wind tunnel tested for all conditions for safety, it’s not making any claims of improved performance.
All factory-approved components are made from strong, light, composite materials and come in a matt black painted finish.
For more visual oomph you can add the aesthetic pack, which includes pre-cut vinyl racing stripes, available in matte black, glossy black or red that can be applied from front to rear while matching the rear wing mirrors. These can be easily removed without causing damage to the exterior paint.
To complete the racing look you can get the third add-on; centre-lock 20-inch rims which look good but again offer no performance advantages such as lighter weight.
The dedicated rims are finished in shiny black, have a Super Trofeo inspired design and are compatible with all 20-inch Huracán tires.
The kits are good for both the all-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive versions of the Huracán and are now available for installation by authorized Lamborghini dealers without affecting the vehicle’s warranty.
Lamborghini is yet to confirm pricing, but don’t expect much change from $40,000 for the lot.
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