Every new component is made from the lightweight material.
Lamborghini recently gave its entry-level supercar a facelift with the updated Huracan Evo, but that hasn't stopped California-based Misha Design from giving the current model the tuning treatment. After its successful Ferrari 488 and 458 body kits, the tuner has announced it's developing a new body kit for the Lamborghini Huracan.
The extensive makeover adds copious amounts of carbon fiber to the front bumper, hood, fenders, side skirts, side air intake covers, rear bumper, and spoiler wing, giving the Huracan a more aggressive look. All the body kit parts are installed using the original factory mounting points without making any modifications to the car.
As well as giving the body an extensive makeover, Misha Design has also added more aggressive-looking exhaust tips flanking a restyled diffuser that dominates the rear of the car. Some of the body panels are painted in the same color as the rest of the body, while others adopt a naked carbon fiber look to help the Huracan stand out from the crowd. Images of the actual body kit haven't been released yet, but the tuner has released a selection of render images to preview the changes.
Misha Designs is already accepting orders for the Huracan body kits, which are slated for delivery in May or June this year. The tuner also hasn't said how much lighter the Huracan is after being put on its carbon fiber diet, but it should weigh a lot less than the standard car, which tips the scales at 3,135 pounds.
Under the hood, Misha Design has left the powertrain stock, meaning you get a 5.2-liter mid-mounted V10 that produces 601 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. The facelifted Huracan Evo increases the output to 640 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque.