Lamborghini Huracan UR twin-turbo systems-3

Underground Racing is bringing to the market its own twin-turbo system for the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. Just to clarify, the monster inside the Huracan is a naturally-aspirated 5.2 litre V10 mill that produces 610 hp and 560 Nm of torque. With Underground Racing’s dual air-induction system, power can be maxed to 2,200 whp.

The base twin-turbo system costs USD$49k (RM206k). This package gives the Huracan 800 whp on 93 octane and with some tuning done to the standard ECU. The stage one twin-turbo system without engine mods costs USD$59k (RM248k). While stage one provides the same amount of power at the wheels, on race fuel however, the output rises to 900 whp.

As for the stage two twin-turbo system, it gives the Huracan 850 whp on 93 octane and 1,000 whp on race fuel. This one costs USD$69k (RM290k). In addition to that, it’s upgradeable to stage three, which requires engine modifications. The package is priced at USD$99k (RM416k) and it enables the supercar to churn out 1,000 whp on octane and a massive 1,250 whp on race fuel.

If all that is not enough, then Underground Racing has two more twin-turbo packs in store. However, it’s not yet available for the DCT dual-clutch transmission, according to the company. The race version twin-turbo requires a modified engine and when fitted it will push out 1,150 whp on octane and 1,500 whp on race fuel.

The final package, called the X Version twin-turbo system, requires a “highly modified” engine. Once fitted, the Huracan will churn out 1,500 whp on normal petrol and over 2,200 whp on race fuel. No prices have been quoted for both, but seeing as how the the other stages go, it’s likely to be over the hundred-thousand dollar mark.

All that power is assisted with the help of launch control and a little more boost, controlled by Underground Racing’s proprietary JRR MoTec M1 electronics and firmware. With all that speed at the wheels, the company says, “driving an Underground Racing TT Huracan is something that can only be experienced, not explained.”

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