Date posted : August 2. 2016
Novitec is one of the more established high-end tuners in the world of exotic cars, well-known for their Ferrari tuning under the Novitec Rosso label, but by now the Novitec Torado label for Lamborghini has become very famous, especially with their Huracán N-Largo that was first mistaken for the new Lamborghini Huracán Superleggera.
It took Novitec a while to get hold of a Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 Spyder, but they managed to obtain a Verde Mantis in their workshop and turned it into a full Torado Spyder specs car, the supercharger that will boost power output of the V10 up to 860 hp from the standard 610 is still under development, but I'm sure the factory power output will do for now.
Note that this entire aerodynamic package is available for both the Huracan LP610-4 Coupé and Spyder and can optionally be delivered in clear carbon fiber which gives the Huracán Spyder a very exclusive look and feel.
Up front there is a new front spoiler lip that wraps around the corner, it can be competed with a center blade and side fins that are fixed onto the original bumper, but three is also another, small fin that can be fixed on the upper lip in the center intake. As usual Novitec can replace the front hood with a new one incorporating air ducts that effectively reduce lift at the front.
A pair of special Novitec Torado side sills connect the front and rear wheels and reduce air turbulence on the sides, together with carbon fiber rear view mirror covers these sills totally change the side view of the already sensual looking Huracán Spyder ... visually lowering the car already.
At the back a new lower rear diffuser and rear spoiler lip create a better aerodynamic air flow and look striking along the way ... note that all Novitec Torado parts are meticulously developed and tested in a wind tunnel to make sure they add stability to the car, that is why Novitec Torado also has larger rear wings available for the Spyder ... just in case the customer prefers a more aggressive look at the back.
You can opt for the larger rear wing, the double rear wing and even the N-Largo rear wing ... could there be an N-Largo Spyder in the making?
To complete the exterior carbon fiber look you can opt for the Novitec Torado taillight molding, this fin sits underneath and between the original taillights, but with a clear carbon fiber finish it makes a spectacular difference ... if you open the engine cover and find a lack of carbon fiber there, fear not as Novitec Torado has a cover for the V10 engine available.
P-Zero tires from Pirelli are mounted on tailor made Novitec NL1, three-piece wheels ... 9x20 inch up front and 12.5x21 inch at the rear with 245/30ZR20 and 325/25ZR21 respectively while a 35mm lowering spring kit from Novitec lowers the center of gravity ... in the near future an adjustable coilover suspension will be available.
If the factory original sound of that amazing V10 isn't good enough the Novitec Torado customer can opt for a special sport exhaust system, either in stainless steel or in lightweight Inconel ... there is even an exhaust system with butterfly valves that can be opened remotely ... silent mode ... or race mode.
We've already mentioned it, Novitec Torado is working on a bolt on supercharger kit that will result in a power output of 860 hp with a maximum torque of 960 Nm ... up from 610 hp and 560 Nm respectively ... that's a serious upgrade.
Text © Mark Smeyers - www.lambocars.com
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