The baby Lambo clearly responds well to supercharging.
The Lamborghini Huracan may not be as pure as the Ferrari 488 GTB to drive, but the baby supercar is still a powerful beast. However, that hasn't stopped tuners from placing a supercharger on top of the Huracan's 5.2-liter V10 engine. In its stock form, the Huracan puts out 602 hp, which would be more than enough for the average enthusiast. O.CT Tuning doesn't make cars for the average enthusiasts, however, and has just released a supercharger package for the Huracan that boosts power to an incredible level.
It looks like the Huracan's V10 responds extremely well to supercharging kits as O.CT Tuning has managed to extract an additional 203 hp from the engine for a total of 805 hp and 598 lb-ft of torque. The heavily modified engine also features a bespoke exhaust system that is 44 pounds lighter than the stock one. The performance package is highlighted by a new set of 20-inch wheels at the front and 21-inch wheels at the back. Thanks to the new supercharger, the supercar can now sprint to 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds, while zero to 120 mph is dealt with in 8.3 seconds. Top speed is "somewhere beyond" 200 mph, which is identical to the base supercar's figure. O.CT Tuning mentions that the same supercharger kit is available on the Audi R8.