Novitec also improves the aeros on Lambo's baby bull.
For the 2019 model year, Lamborghini launched the aptly-named Huracan Evo, an updated version of the entry-level Huracan with more aggressive styling, less weight, and a more potent V10 engine borrowed from the hardcore Huracan Performante.
If, however, you want your Huracan Evo to stand out from the crowd, Novitec has launched a new customization program that gives the mid-engine supercar an even sportier appearance while optimizing the car's already-impressive aerodynamics. Each component was fine-tuned in a wind tunnel and can be installed separately or as a complete set finished in naked carbon, a matching exterior color, or a contrasting finish.
At the front, Novitec has added a central front blade and a two-piece spoiler extension that enhance the Evo's appearance while improving the aerodynamics. Tailor-made end plates at the left and right of the front fascia also direct air more effectively to the side air intakes. To increase the downforce, a new trunk lid routes the airflow through integrated ducts to the outlets in front of the windshield.
Enhancements applied to the side profile include rocker panels that give the Hurcan Evo a lower visual stance, as well as carbon mirror covers and extended air intakes at the rear side windows. A carbon-fiber rear wing dominates the rear, producing additional downforce and improving the handling stability at high speed. An air scoop on the hood also gives the Huracan Evo a racier look while keeping the V10 engine cool.
Novitec's tuned Huracan Evo rides on a set of forged Vossen wheels measuring 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the back and available in three different designs. The tuner's sport springs lower the ride height by around 1.3 inches.
Completing the package is a high-performance exhaust system available in stainless steel or Inconel that lets the Huracan Evo's V10 engine breathe easier. Both exhaust systems feature tailpipes finished in a combination of carbon and stainless steel. As always, Novitec can customize the interior with leather and Alcantara materials in any desired colors.
Overall, the exterior changes are surprisingly subtle compared to other excessive tuning jobs that often ruin a supercar's styling. No modifications have been made under the hood, meaning the Huracan Evo's 5.2-liter V10 still pumps out 630 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque.