The Lamborghini Huracan Gains a Compressor and COR Wheels


One of the most exciting supercars to hit the market as of late is the Lamborghini Huracn LP 610-4. The new Italian supercar effectively replaces the now extinct Lamborghini Gallardo models and features all sorts of new technology along with even more power than ever before. The new supercar has just started to make appearances around the world, but its low early production numbers make it a rare sight to see. One aftermarket tuning company in Europe already has their hands on one and has given it a full range of upgrades. The Lamborghini Huracn was outfitted with a new set of COR Wheels, a compressor system, and even new body work to make it stand out from other supercars.

The first thing that was modified was the naturally aspirated 5.2 liter V-10 engine that sits mid mounted in the Lamborghini Huracn LP 610-4. Three different stages of tuning upgrades were developed for the V-10 to send even more power to all four of the newly installed COR Wheels. The first stage includes a new stainless steel exhaust system to reduce backpressure, carbon fiber air intakes, and a new ECU tune. It produces a whopping 632 horsepower and 443 lb-ft. of torque. In Stage 2, all of the aforementioned Stage 1 upgrades are present along with a new compressor system and a revised ECU software tune to accommodate. This guise creates an incredible 777 horsepower and 516 lb-ft. of torque. In Stage 3, the Lamborghini Huracn gets an even more potent software tune from the ECU with its compressor system and results in a mind boggling 850 horsepower and 538 lb-ft. of torque.

With all that power being created, the chassis of the Lamborghini Huracn had to be upgraded and reinforced. A new set of hydraulically adjustable shocks and sport springs were added and allow for the ride height, damping, and other factors to be adjusted for a given track or roadway. Making contact with the ground is a new set of aluminum alloy forged COR Wheels. These lightweight reinforced COR Wheels feature a unique ten spoke design and a matte black finish. Up front, they measure 9.5 x 20 while the rear comes in with a staggered 11.0 x 21 setup. Each wheel also wears high performance Pirelli rubber for added grip.

The final touch was a few exterior modifications. Aimed at generating downforce, these carbon fiber upgrades help to improve high speed stability. Up front sits a new spoiler while a set of side skirts connect the front and rear COR Wheels together. At the rear, a new decklid spoiler and diffuser are positioned to optimize aerodynamics.