The Huracan might really be better than its big brother.
Lamborghini is currently working on a hardcore version of the Huracan that will be called the Peformante. However, some wealthy buyers may not be willing to wait and pay a the markup for this awesome track-focused model. That's why the aftermarket is so awesome. We have seen that with heavy modification, the Huracan can be transformed into one of the fastest cars in the world. Adding forced induction to the Huracan makes a huge difference, and the result can be so fast that it can almost conquer its more expensive brother, the Aventador.
O.CT tuning is the latest company to take the Huracan to the next level with its new O.CT800 upgrade. As the name suggests, this tune brings the Huracan up to 805 PS (794 hp) and 810 Nm (597 lb-ft) of torque. This awesome power comes mostly from the addition of an Eaton TVS2300 screw supercharger.
O.CT is well known for creating supercharged versions of Chrysler and Volkswagen-Audi Group cars. The German tuner, however, will now offer its supercharger kit on the Huracan Spyder. With the kit, the Spyder will be able to hit 100 kph (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds and 200 kph (124 mph) in just 8.1 seconds. For reference, a stock Huracan Spyder takes 3.4 and 10.2 seconds to hit those speeds respectively. O.CT will also offer this kit for the RWD Huracan, although it hasn't released performance numbers for this configuration. With more power than an Aventador, this Huracan seems like the perfect tuned Lamborghini for speed freaks.