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Mansory's Tuned Huracan Eats Other Supercars For Breakfast

Nothing looks better than bare carbon fiber.

The Lamborghini Huracan has been criticized for being too easy to drive and not having an insane enough appearance to wear the stomping bull badge. Mansory has taken these criticisms and turned the Huracan into a ground-shaking supercar that makes it unarguably more insane. The Mansory Torofeo is a carbon fiber Huracan that’s inspired by Lamborghinis that race. As if a full carbon-fiber body wasn’t enough, the supercar also has a full carbon-fiber body kit to complement the madness.

The name—Mansory Torofeo—combines “Toro,” which means bull in Spanish and Super Trofeo (the Blancpain racing series for Lambos only). According to the German tuner, these upgrades were necessary to give the supercar a race-inspired look. For even more insanity, Mansory rebuilt the 5.2-liter V10 with new connecting rods, camshafts, pistons, bearings, a water-cooled intercooler, as well as an entire fuel system. On top of that, the tuning company added two turbochargers for a total of 1,232 hp and an electronically limited 737 lb-ft of torque. With its performance updates, the Mansory Torofeo can sprint to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds and onto a top speed of 211 mph. Talk about turning a supercar into something else.

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