Lamborghini introduced the Huracan Tecnica almost a year ago, and now, the aftermarket company Novitec is offering some upgrades for the vehicle.
The enhancements from Novitec subtly refresh the already sporty look of the supercar with precise modifications. On the front side, Novitec didn't alter the front fascia but did swap out the front lid for a unique one. It comes with slits on the outer edges that guide air through the hood using built-in ducts. This helps maintain the stability of the Huracan at high speeds.
Novitec has also incorporated fresh rocker panels on either side of the supercar. These panels create the impression of a lower stance and integrate inlets that channel cool air towards the rear brakes. Furthermore, the tuner has gone the extra mile by introducing alternative suspension options that can bring down the car's ride height even further.
The first option comprises sport springs that can reduce the car's height by 35 mm. The second alternative features an aluminum coilover setup that Novitec designed in collaboration with KW, providing the same 35 mm drop while delivering the added advantage of 14 customizable damping settings.
The naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine in the Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica remains unchanged after Novitec's modifications, retaining its output of 630 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. The supercar still uses a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission to send power to the rear wheels.
However, Novitec does provide a solution for those who want to adjust the exhaust sound. The tuner offers a high-performance exhaust system made of either stainless steel or Inconel. Additionally, the Inconel version has 999-fine gold plating that provides extra thermal insulation. The exhaust system includes Lamborghini's Tecnica hexagonal tailpipes.
Although Novitec did not disclose much about the interior of the Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica, it offers a range of options to cater to the preferences of its customers.