The Audi R8’s Italian cousin, the Lamborghini Huracan, has recently gotten some Vorsteiner treatment and it looks absolutely fantastic. With some help from Lamborghini Newport Beach, Protective Film Solutions and Pirelli Tire of North America, Vorsteiner was able to complete this gorgeous built.
What the Vorsteiner Novara Lamborghini Huracan brings to the standard Huracan is a variety of aerodynamic enhancements and new wheels. However, just claiming that does the Novara Huracan a disservice. The added front bumper and front lip spoiler make the Huracan look extra aggressive and gives the Novara that typical ‘fighter-jet’ style that’s always been associated with Lamborghinis while also giving the front end better downforce. The side sill blades also make a large improvement to the stance of the car, giving the car a much lower look without actually lowering the already very low car. Other functional body pieces added to the Novara Huracan are the front fender vents, which allow much of the air pressure in the front wheel wells, which develop while driving, to dissipate which allows better front grip. Ferrari and Porsche do the same thing on their 458 Italia and 911 GT3 RS. There’s also a read diffuser and giant rear wing that both add high-speed grip and stability.
But the headliners of the whole car are the black Vorsteiner V-FF 105 Flow Forged wheels. Not only do the staggered, 20×11″ rear and 20×8.5″ front, wheels look excellent on their own, but they look phenomenal against the purple Huracan.
Overall, the Vorsteiner Novara Lamborghini Huracan looks amazing and is one of the few modified Lamborghinis that actually looks good. Lamborghinis are so flamboyant as they are, so when people add modifications to them, it typically ruins the look. This doesn’t, it looks fantastic.