Novitec Torado Lamborghini Huracan N-Largo 6

German tuning company Novitec has laid its hands on the Lamborghini Huracan to create a special edition version of the Italian supercar, and as you’d expect, the results are pretty spectacular. Welcome to the Novitec Torado Lamborghini Huracan N-Largo, where only 25 examples will ever exist in the world.

If the standard car’s 5.2 litre naturally-aspirated V10 engine with its 610 hp/560 Nm was a little too tame for you, Novitec has got you sorted. Thanks to a supercharger kit, the total power output has been boosted to a more respectable 848 hp and 960 Nm of torque.

That’s a whopping 238 hp and 400 Nm more than the car it is based on. To put that into perspective, those numbers trounce the new Ferrari F12tdf that “only” has 770 hp at its disposal. The Huracan N-Largo even has more torque than the Tesla Model S P85D (931 Nm).

Should the numbers not be enough to emphasis the performance levels of the car, Novitec is offering a lightweight exhaust system as well. The exhaust system employs an alloy used in Formula 1 in its construction, and can be fitted with butterfly valves to further improve the engine’s vocals.

Novitec Torado Lamborghini Huracan N-Largo 7

To ensure that onlookers are able to differentiate the N-Largo from a regular Huracan, the car is treated to a carbon-fibre wide-body kit that widens the stance of the car by 120 mm more compared to the standard car. Additionally, there is a 35 mm drop in ride height as well, with new sports springs and damper settings implemented for performance purposes.

The wider stance also warrants the installation of a new set of wheels, in this case, custom-developed NL2 alloys. The 20- and 21-inch front and rear wheels are fitted with Pirelli P Zero tyres of 245/30ZR21 (front) and 325/25ZR20 (rear) sizes.

On top of this, the N-Largo Huracan gets new side skirts, fender flares, bumpers, aerofoil and rear diffuser, all of which have undergone wind tunnel testing. This means that they are designed for something more than aesthetic purposes, improving downforce and high speed stability. Customers can also specify the panels to be done in exposed carbon-fibre, along with a custom interior too.

Unfortunately, Novitec did not disclose any performance figures for the N-Largo Huracan. However, we’d expect a faster 0-100 km/h time than the normal car’s 3.2 seconds. Neither did they provide any mention on prices but we reckon this is one of those “if you had to ask” kind of situations. Interested?