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Lamborghini Introduces Three New After Sales Kits for Huracan

When a stock Lambo just won't do

Alex Nishimoto
Aug 1, 2016

Lamborghini owners not satisfied with their Huracan coupes as is now have three After Sales packages they can choose from to spice things up. The packages are available for both rear- and all-wheel-drive Huracan models and can be installed at one of the more than 130 authorized Lamborghini dealerships around the world.

If the Huracan's exotic sheetmetal isn't extreme enough for you, Lambo offers the aerodynamic kit, which includes a front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and a large fixed rear wing. The pieces are made from strong, lightweight composite materials and come finished in matte black. Lamborghini says the kit was developed and tested in wind tunnels to ensure safety, and is the only one approved for the Huracan. For even more exterior pizazz, you can choose the aesthetic package. That adds matte black, glossy black, or red racing stripes to complement the car's paint job. Lambo says the pre-cut graphics are easily removable and won't damage the paint.

Lamborghini Huracan aerodynamic kit rear end Photo 2/7   |   Lamborghini Huracan aerodynamic kit rear end

Lastly, Lamborghini offers a center-locking wheel conversation kit. This replaces the standard five-lug hubs with a racing-inspired center-locking system. It also comes with exclusive black-finshed, Super Trofeo-inspired 20-inch wheels that are compatible with all 20-inch Huracan tires.

The kits are now available worldwide and do not affect the car's warranty.

Source: Lamborghini

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