Vorsteiner has released the first renders of a new aero package under development for the Lamborghini Huracan EVO version, and they took inspiration from the Aventador SVJ as seen on the front bumper add-on and the side sills, both showing the upright fin as seen on the V12 flagship model at this time.
At the rear, we also notice a new lower diffuser which looks aggressive, but most intimidating is that massive rear wing, complete with a center strut to mimic the one holding the air intake on the Aventador SVJ, this Vorsteiner rear wing will completely replace the current wing of the EVO behind the engine cover.
All of the parts under development by Vorsteiner for the Huracan EVO will be bolt-on pieces using the original OEM fittings, which makes mounting and removing this aero package easier … just in case you decide to sell the car in the future, it can be returned to factory specs because no cutting or drilling is involved in fitting a Vorsteiner kit.
Remember the vented front fenders from Vorsteiner for the Huracan? While not seen on any of these renders, they can be fitted on the Huracan EVO too, just in case you really like them … and the front angle render shows a stunning, vented front hood, a design taken from the official factory race version of the Huracan, it looks stunning and comes in a full carbon fiber finish.