Earlier this year Mansory released its first project involving a Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, now it bring us another one, even more, insane and with much more modifications.
Like Carbonado Aventador, Huracan Torofeo — this is the project’s name; toro from the word bull in Spanish and feo from Super Trofeo Motorsports Range — has been completely reworked in carbon fiber and featuring new shapes on the bonnet and doors.
Also, this Sesto Elemento-like baby bull boasts a redesigned front and rear bumper, air vents placed above the front wheels, rear wing, engine cover inspired by Aventador, roof scoops, side skirts, redesigned mirror housings and bright daytime running lights in a crystal design as well. Furthermore, the Lamborghini Huracan Torofeo is 30mm front and 40mm rear wider than the standard bull.
In addition, Mansory has fitted the twin-turbo Huracan with a new set of 10-spoke 20-21 inches wheels and sport springs to make it lower.
Mansory has installed pistons, connecting rods, bearings, camshafts, a water-cooled intercooler and an entire fuel system, and it has also built-in two bearing-mounted MANSORY turbochargers. The result is 1.250 hp (919 kW) at 8.250 rpm and maximum torque electronically limited of 1.000 Nm (737.56 lb-ft).
With the amazing boost in power, the Huracan Torofeo by Mansory accelerates from 0-62 mph in 2.7 seconds and it can surpass 211 mph ( 340 km/h) at top speed — yeah, the huracan usually goes beyond its limits without any improvement, so I think the Torofeo can go faster than this.
Of course, Mansory also put their hands inside and we can see leather and Alcantara covering the seats and, too, countless carbon fiber details. Moreover, a new sports steering wheel and aluminum pedals have been installed.