Lamborghini’s trademark sculpture and linear designs lend themselves to endless customization. The smooth elements look nearly flat across most of the panels of this Huracan SPyder. But looks are deceiving. There is actually intense 3D bulging — linked with creases and lines — across the entire factory look of the car.
Novitec’s N-LARGO then had a bit of a challenge to out-wild the wildest bull in the pen.
Their finished product speaks – and charges — all for itself. Nearly a half-foot wider and sharing barely any bodywork with the stock machine, this latest N-Largo has to be the coolest yet~!
What is it about a ridiculously modded and tuned hypercar that just gets the juices flowing?!
Favorite elements on the N-Largo Huracan are too many to mention. The intense nose exaggerates the stock intakes delightfully, bringing them far forward and sharper for the leading edges. This flows nicely into the all-new front fenders and incredibly cool hood. This front hood has reverse breather vents, raised accent lines and a smooth flow into the upper reverse fender vents.
A big fender slash frees stuck air from under the hood right ahead of the doors. In most angles and photos, this disappears — but makes a surprise daylight opening from the right angles.
Massive new sills get you ready for the ultimate section of this machine: the middle! So clearly midengine and full of rage, the Huracan Spyder by Novitec keeps the factory shutlines for the tonneau cover. But it adds new intake vents, a huge sense of new width and crisp, linear extensions of the bodywork over the back wheels.
Power is up to 860HP for this supercharged beast, and this bodywork allows for wider rubber than ever before. Check out the full details from Novitec below the gallery.
NOVITEC N-LARGO based on the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
The drop-top super sports car with thrilling widebody version, forged wheels and supercharged engine with 633 kW / 860 hp
- The specialty of NOVITEC is making an exotic car like the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder even more exciting.
- With the new NOVITEC N-LARGO, the German car refinement specialist now presents a widebody version for the drop-top sports car limited to just eleven vehicles.
- The carbon-fiber bodywork conversion is complemented with hi-tech forged wheels in a 20/21-inch combination, which puts even more emphasis on the wedge shape of the mid-engine sports car.
- To match the spectacular looks, NOVITEC is developing a supercharged ten-cylinder engine rated at about 633 kW / 860 hp.
The NOVITEC N-LARGO widebody version is more than just a strikingly styled designer outfit that makes the two-seater an impressive 204 centimeters wide. The bodywork conversion, which is available for all model variants of the Huracan Spyder, was fine-tuned in the wind tunnel and thus also delivers outstanding aerodynamic efficiency, which pays dividends in the form of even more stable handling at high speeds.
The front bumper gives the two-seater an even more aggressive front. What is more: In combination with the central front blade, which is optionally also available with a naked carbon finish, the bumper further reduces front axle lift. In addition, it creates a perfect transition to the N-LARGO front fenders, which are three centimeters wider on each side and replace the production components. The NOVITEC trunk lid with integrated air ducts plays an equally important role in the further enhanced handling stability by using the relative wind at the front axle to produce downforce.
The N-LARGO front fenders, each with three gill-shaped ventilation slots in the top, dissipate the heat of the brakes upward and also create space for nine-inch-wide NOVITEC N-LARGO NL2 wheels with a diameter of 20 inches, which are fitted with high-performance tires of size 245/30 ZR 20. These alloys feature five double-spokes and are manufactured using hi-tech forging technology. As a result, they offer an optimal blend of lightweight construction and strength.
The N-LARGO rocker panels are shaped to create a perfect hour-glass-shaped transition to the N-LARGO fender flares at the rear axle. Their integrated brake air scoops provide further improved cooling of the rear rotors and calipers.
The thrillingly styled flares for the rear fenders add a total of 12 centimeters to the width of the Huracan Spyder at the rear axle. They blend seamlessly with the production bodywork and create space for the NOVITEC NL2 wheels of size 12.5×21, which were specially developed for the widebody version and fitted with high-performance tires of size 325/25 ZR 21.
The NOVITEC N-LARGO rear bumper lends the sports car an equally spectacular and homogenous rear appearance. It features an integrated rear diffuser, optionally available with a naked carbon finish, and plays a role in the sophisticated aerodynamics concept. The optional rear airfoil, which likewise also comes with a naked carbon finish, produces more rear axle downforce at high speeds.
A ride-height lowering by about 35 millimeters effected by NOVITEC sport springs, which also can be combined with the optional ex-factory magnetorheological dampers, benefits the appearance and results in even more direct handling thanks to the lowered center of gravity.
The NOVITEC supercharger conversion for the 5.2-liter V10 engine of the Lamborghini is currently under development. The high-performance engine will be rated at around 633 kW / 860 hp and produce a peak torque of about 960 Nm. It will put the drop-top N-LARGO squarely among the most powerful sports cars in the world.
The NOVITEC high-performance exhaust systems are already available now. They are available for all variants of the Huracan, Coupe and Spyder. They also include two especially lightweight exhaust systems made from INCONEL, a material used in Formula 1 racing. Like the stainless versions, they come with or without sound management via actively controlled exhaust flap.
NOVITEC also offers countless customization options for the cockpit. To this end, the company transforms Alcantara and leather in any desired color into interior appointments tailored specifically to customer preferences with consummate workmanship.
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