Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD gets naked carbon bits from Novitec


The supercars and hypercars these days look pretty aggressive and offer more than sufficient output figures right off the factory floor. However, as the cliché goes, “there’s no such thing as too much power”. Which is why there are established tuning companies such as Novitec that offer plug and play modules for some extra spice and a body kit for more oomph factor. This time, however, Novitec is offering only an oomphed-up version of the Huracan EVO RWD.

Which means the EVO RWD doesn’t get Novitec’s usual formula, which comprises carbon fibre aerodynamic elements, Vossen wheels, sports springs, and a plug-and-play module. What it does get, however, is an additional naked-carbon front spoiler to further reduce front axle lift at high speeds, naked-carbon rocker panels, naked-carbon rear wing, Vossen forged wheels measuring 20-inch at the front and 21-inch at the rear, high-performance tires, and sports springs that drop the ride height by about 35 mm.

There are a few more options including a naked-carbon hood with larger intakes, aluminum coilover suspension system with 13 selectable compression and rebound stages, and interior customization with leather and Alcantara.


The Huracán EVO RWD’s naturally aspirated V10 motor remains untouched and offers the same 449 kW (610 hp) and 560 Nm (413 lb-ft) of torque. However, buyers can choose from multiple exhaust systems including a Race high-performance exhaust system, variants made from stainless steel, or even lighter Inconel material used in Formula 1 racing.

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