It turns out the mystery wide-body Huracán spotted in northern Italy recently wasn’t the oft-rumored Superleggera version of the latest Lamborghini supercar but rather a modified version developed by German tuner Novitec. Famous for tinkering with Ferraris, Novitec recently started offering upgrades for Lamborghinis and its latest is a package for the Huracán LP 610-4 called the N-Largo.
The most obvious upgrade is the new wide-body kit, which Novitec says boosts the width of the Huracán by 120 millimeters. Filling the extra wide wheel arches are a set of light alloys measuring 20 inches across up front and 21 in at the rear. They’re wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires sized at 245/30 in the front and 325/25 at the rear. Completing the exterior is a fixed rear spoiler.
A supercharger upgrade for the Huracán’s 5.2-liter V-10 sees output bumped to a massive 848 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque, up from 601 hp and 413 lb-ft in the stock model. An Inconel exhaust with an adjustable valve system is available for buyers looking to cut the car’s curb weight.
To improve handling, most likely at a cost to ride quality, Novitec’s engineers lowered the car by 35 millimeters with new suspension. The package includes adjustable sports springs and damper settings for track duty.
No performance numbers have been specified but expect the Novitec-tuned Huracán to better the standard model’s 0-62 mph time of 3.2 seconds and top speed of 202 mph.
Novitec is limiting its Huracán N-Largo package to just 25 examples.