Over the last week several renders have been published on possible evolutions of the brand new Lamborghini Huracàn LP610-4, a front view of a DMC styled V10 was among the first while a nice mockup by Oakley Design showed what the UK based tuner intends to offer for the new Bull.
A few days ago I put a render online for a possible Huracàn LP650-4 Superleggera edition and even added it to the Virtual CAR configurator so you can play around with the Superleggera kit on different exterior shades and several custom wheels.
But what if a Superleggera wouldn’t be the final step and before a Squadra Corse version comes around there is a tuner out there that takes some styling ideas from the V12 flagship model and adapts these onto the V10 model … in that case we could have an Huracàn LP670-4 Sport Veloce …
I’m sure once the Huracàn is available on the market and the first units are delivered to their happy customers the demand for aerodynamic parts and even engine tuning will come around … taking the front styling from the amazing looking Aventador J together with the side sill design I modified them to fit onto the Huracàn while the rear diffuser has larger vertical fins now and on either side a ‘tunnel’ to direct air in a more efficient way.
Naturally a rear wing just has to be fitted, so here I went for the by now classic SV look alike, but instead of having the ‘feet’ resting on the rear section of the car I took the original Murciélago SV fitment onto the Huracàn … the struts actually bend into the rear fascia now, which looks so much better if you ask me.
All parts are finished in clear carbon fiber, and to make this Sport Veloce concept really stand out I opted for the amazing looking Grigio Telesto shade … combined with some orange accents you end up with a very intimidating looking Huracàn LP670-4 Sport Veloce Concept.