A couple of other carbon fiber upgrades have also been added to the supercar.
German tuner DMC has applied a few small but impactful upgrades to a Lime Green Lamborghini, dubbing it the Huracan EVO3, and the first one we have to talk about is that enormous rear wing. Fashioned from carbon fiber, the wing is modeled after the previous design the tuner had applied to its EVO2 version of the supercar, but the appendage has been slightly redesigned to match the Huracan's width. The tuner explains that "this was done to comply with FIA regulations that state a wing can only be as wide as 92% of the car's total width." We're not too sure why the FIA has been cited on a street car, but let's move on...
Unlike some of the other kits offered by DMC, this one has been presented on a real car rather than a render, and this particular build has an impressive 700 horsepower, a considerable increase over the 631 hp available from the factory in the most recent baby Lambo, the Huracan Tecnica. This performance increase results from a new titanium exhaust and some tuning of the ECU, with no other modifications made to the drivetrain. The added power is complemented by new air scoops made from carbon fiber that replace the grilles on the engine cover, helping to suck air into the bay.
Finally, the front end features a new carbon fiber hood inspired by that seen on the Huracan STO, which is a clamshell unit; this one is not, for the record. The lightweight piece is sealed to prevent water ingress, so the recesses you see are purely aesthetic. Puzzlingly, the wheels and suspension appear unaltered, which gives this particular Huracan a strange overall look that doesn't quite gel, especially since everything else about the car is so attention-grabbing.
Unfortunately, pricing for these upgrades has not yet been added to the tuner's website, but you can be sure that they won't be cheap. At least they should be pretty easy to install.
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