Mansory Atelier Gave 1,000 HP to the Lamborghini Huracan
German tuning studio Mansory presented their version of the Lamborghini Huracan supercar on the Geneva motor show, whose engine capacity was increased from the standard 610 hp to 1,000 hp. The novelty was named Torofeo. It is made of two Italian words “toro” (bull) and “trofeo” (trophy). Besides, a consonant Trofeo prefix is added to the names of extreme racing Lamborghini versions.
The tuning experts have prepared a new carbon plastic cloth that made the car 30 mm wider in the front and 40 mm wider in the back. Besides, they mounted a big fender, an air inlet, and altered the shape of vent cuts on the rear wings. Torofeo’s roof is also made out of carbon.
The standard 5.2-liter V10 engine received new pistons, links, bearings, and camshafts. They also mounted a new intercooler with water cooling of the fuel system and two brand name Mansory turbo compressors.
As a result, capacity has increased, as well as torque (which has grown from 560 Nm to 1,000 Nm, but is limited by electronics). However, it is unknown if any changes were made in the 7-step robotized gearbox.
The modernized supercar accelerates from head start to 100 kph in 2.7 seconds – 0.5 seconds faster, than the regular Huracan. The electronic velocity limiter’s threshold was moved from 325 kph to 340 kph.
The Lamborghini Huracan coupe, Gallardo model’s successor, was revealed in December 2013. At the moment, the company has released two versions of the car, meant for racing championships – GT3 and LP 620-2 Super Trofeo. Both are fitted with rear drive, instead of four-wheel drive. The Italian brand plans on releasing a rear-drive civil version of the Huracan.
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