Lamborghini Tempts Huracan Owners With Three New After Sales Kits


The joys of owning a supercar.

We’ve come used to seeing Lamborghini’s outfitted with aftermarket tuning kits and what not, but we typically prefer the stock look. Still, when Lamborghini itself reveals an after sales package for any of its models, the Huracan in this case, it has our attention. The Italian supercar builder has just announced three new after sales packages specifically for the Huracan, the aerodynamic kit, aesthetic package, and the center-lock kit.

Beginning with the aero kit (the only package Lamborghini released pictures of), buyers will be treated to a sporty front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser with a large rear wing. Each accessory is made from strong, light composite materials and offered in a matte black finished. Lamborghini also says the kit was developed in its own wind tunnels and that it’s the only Lamborghini-approved Huracan aero kit on the market today. The aesthetic package has a livery made of double, pre-cut racing graphics that can be had in matte black, glossy block or red. They’re applied from front to rear while matching the rear wing mirrors. This livery can also be easily removed without damaging the exterior paint.

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Lastly, the center-lock conversion kit offers Huracan owners the chance to have some racing technology. These 20-inch rims, finished in black, have a Super Trofeo inspired design and are compatible with all 20-inch Huracan tires. Official pricing for any of the kits wasn’t announced, but they’re all now available worldwide. And because they’re from the factory, installing them doesn’t affect the car’s warranty.

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