Novitec reveals fettled Lamborghini Huracán Evo RWD

The Lamborghini Huracán Evo RWD is one of our favourite supercars right now, and Novitec has revealed an upgrade package

Novitec has revealed its next set of visual upgrades for the excellent Lamborghini’s Huracán Evo RWD, a firm favourite in evo Car of the Year 2020. These updates join those available for other Huracán models, and as with those updates don’t include any modifications to the powertrain.

Most notable is the additional aero at the front and rear, with a new carbonfibre splitter fitted to both provide a moderate increase in downforce. There are also new intake shrouds and a new carbonfibre bonnet available to complete the front-end modifications. 

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At the rear Novitec has fitted a top-mounted carbonfibre wing similar to the Performante’s, which when paired with its restyled diffuser. There are also new wing mirrors, side intakes and an engine cover in carbonfibre. 

The staggered 20 and 21-inch forged wheels developed in collaboration with Vossen are also new. Sports springs can be optioned to drop ride height by 35mm, but should you want to go all out, KW-developed coilovers allow buyers to take things to the next level.

Using KW’s ‘solid-piston’ technology originally designed for GT3 racing applications, 13 compression and rebound settings can be selected, with ride height also dropped by around 35mm.

There’s also a new exhaust system on the menu, in a number of configurations. Buyers can opt for a standard stainless steel system or the more expensive Inconcel system – the latter is available with gold plating, improving heat dissipation and providing all-important bragging rights.

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