This looks menacing.
We don't know about you folks, but we'd be pretty happy with a stock Lamborghini Huracan Evo. Especially if it's a rear-wheel-drive model, the Italian supercar is the perfect balance of drama and precision. But of course, there are those who are not satisfied with Sant'Agata's approach, and among these rebels are the people at Novitec. Having recently upgraded the Ferrari 812 GTS, the tuner has turned its attention to Lamborghini's coolest small car (not that there are many to choose from) and given it all the usual upgrades. Carbon fiber features prominently, along with forged wheels, upgraded suspension, and a new exhaust system.
Due to the Huracan Evo RWD's unique bumper, Novitec had to develop an all-new splitter for the supercar. Constructed from naked carbon fiber, this part is complemented by a matching front wing and front flaps. At the back, a new trunk lid is available too, with integrated slits that help channel air for more downforce. Also offered are new rocker panels, similar to what we saw on the Huracan Performante when that car first launched. These are more than just cosmetic, however, as they also enhance brake cooling. Carbon mirror caps and a carbon hood are offered too, and customers who prefer the available glass hood also get a new design with special air intakes.
As usual, any tuning upgrade is incomplete without some fancy wheels, so Novitec NL4 wheels are available and can be specced as center-lock items to fit the OEM hub if the car left the factory without a traditional bolt pattern. With 21-inch wheels at the back and 20s in front, the car looks properly menacing, but it looks even better when you add the sports springs that lower ride height by around 1.4 inches. These were specially developed for the RWD Huracan, but for full capability, special coilovers developed in collaboration with KW can be had too. The entire package is rounded off by a high-performance exhaust system made from F1-grade Inconel. Optionally available is fine gold plating for heat reflection.
Pricing on components is not available, but we're just glad that Novitec's reputation as a classy tuner remains intact.