Known for its gaudy body kits, over-the-top styling, and questionable color combinations, Mansory has tuned the Lamborghini Huracan with surprisingly tasteful results. Modifications to the Lamborghini Huracan include a wide body kit, a power increase, and a restyled interior. The Lamborghini Huracan MH1 will be shown at the 2015 Geneva auto show next month.
Exterior modifications include redesigned daytime driving lights, a carbon fiber wide body kit consisting of new front and rear bumper, rear diffuser, side skirts, side mirrors, and a Lamborghini Aventador-style rear wing. Mansory claims the new lightweight aerodynamic bits improve acceleration, braking, and fuel economy. The rear wing and rear diffuser are said to increase rear downforce. The Lamborghini Huracan MH1 rides on a set of forged alloy wheels. Front wheels measure 20x9 inches and are wrapped in 245/30ZR20 tires, while the rear wheels measure 21x12.5 and are wrapped in 325/25ZR21 tires.
The Mansory MH1 stage 1 kit boosts output of the Huracan’s 5.2-liter V-10 from 602 hp at 8250 rpm and 413 lb-ft of torque at 6500 rpm to 838 hp at 8200 rpm and 575 lb-ft at 5300 rpm via a new single turbocharger kit. Supporting hardware includes new exhaust manifolds and muffler, a new fuel pressure regulator, new fuel injectors, and retuned engine and transmission management systems. With the power upgrade, Mansory claims the Lamborghini Huracan MH1 can accelerate to 62 mph (100km/h) in 2.9 seconds and that it tops out at 205 mph. Lamborghini claims a stock Huracan can reach 62 mph in 3.2 seconds.
Inside, the Mansory adds high-quality black leather with red trim and stitching throughout. Leather is used on the seats, dashboard, and center console. Other interior updates include a new sports steering wheel, alloy pedals, and carbon fiber trim.
In addition to the Lamborghini Huracan MH1, a Mansory-designed interior will debut in the Rinspeed Budii, a modified BMW i3 with autonomous technology, at the Geneva auto show.