Twill Carbon Fiber kit announced for the Lamborghini Huracan Evo
U.S.-based supercar tuner 1016 Industries has revealed the first sketches of its upcoming aerodynamic kit for the Lamborghini Huracan Evo, primarily interesting for its unique properties.
The entire package comes manufactured from pure carbon fiber and thus weighs as little as possible. Included are a sporty front splitter, a hood cover, Super Trofeo-style vented front fenders, side skirt extensions, a rear diffuser, and a uniquely designed rear wing with an ultra-thin blade that nonetheless is said to withstand speeds of up to 400 km/h (250 mph).
A stainless-steel performance exhaust system is available as a paid option. The engine also gets a modest ECU tune worth 20 hp and 26 Nm of torque, bringing the total to 660 PS (651 hp, or 485 kW) and 626 Nm (462 lb-ft).
There is one more interesting bit. 1016 Industries plans to release a widebody kit for the Huracan Evo made of twill (interwoven) carbon fiber designed for maximum rigidity and record-low weight.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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