Lamborghini started the deliveries of its new Huracan LP 610-4 to customers, which means that tuning companies are getting busier than ever. The latest tuner to unveil its programme for the latest Italian sports car is Wheelsandmore.
Dubbed Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Lucifero, the vehicle received new wheel model F.I.W.E. and central locking optics coloured as the applied outlines. The multi-concave forged wheels fitted on the front axle have a diameter of 20-inch, while the rear wheels have a diameter of 21-inch.
The standard Lamborghini Huracan is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine that delivers 610 hp (448 kW) and 560 Nm of torque The engine pushes the Huracan from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.9 seconds, while top speed is in excess of 200 mph or 320 km/h.
For those who are not satisfied by these specs, Wheelsandmore developed 3 power upgrades. Stage 1 adds a hand-made stainless steel exhaust system with wireless remote controlled flap control with customized software and carbon-frame air filters.
This brings the engine to 640 hp and 600 Nm of torque (30 hp and 40 Nm of torque added). Stage 2 installs a compressor kit with reinforced clutch and differential lock. As a result, the engine delivers an impressive 777 hp and 700 Nm of torque.
The third stage tunes the engine to 850 hp and 730 Nm of torque. Wheelsandmore also announced the development of a hydraulically adjustable racing suspension with adjustable train and compression damping.
The very elegance of a Lamborghini vehicle lies in its focused power, with all the lines and details designed to satisfy its need for dynamics, speed and performance. As for the new Huracan LP 610-4, this Lamborghini also focuses on its design as an essential element – completely sealed and free from unnecessary decorations.
In terms of dimensions, the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 measures 4,459 mm in length, 1,924 mm in width and 1,165 mm in height, with a wheelbase of 2,620 mm. Its arrow-like front end is complemented by taut curves as contrasted by sharp edges.
To achieve these geometric surfaces, Lamborghini employed innovative technology to shape aluminum and carbon fiber according to specs. Furthermore, the hexagon – considered as the basic form of every Lamborghini vehicle – is obvious on the intake openings for the engine as well as on the front air intakes and their 3D-formed mesh inserts. The hexagon is also visible on the side windows and on the standard-fit wheels in Giano design.
The new Huracan comes with arrow-shaped front end angling downward just like a shark’s nose, while two pleats lend the hood an extra contour. Its lighting units include flat angular LED headlamps as well as light guides producing the daytime running light. These daytime running lights form two Y-shaped contours on the headlamp. Interestingly, the LED light of the headlamps has a color temperature (5,500 Kelvin) close to that of daylight, thereby providing outstanding on-the-road illumination while placing minimal stress on the eyes. Furthermore, these energy efficient LED units could last the lifetime of the Huracan.