The leader in developing forged carbon fiber designs over at 1016 Industries have unveiled their new take on the Lamborghini Huracan Evo. Developing the world’s first 100 percent carbon Lamborghini.
The supercar has been reimagined to deliver unrivaled lightweight performance. Focusing on improving handling, performance and design, the car features a new front splitter and a carbon hood which is 8 lbs (3.6 kg) lighter than the stock component. The company adds an additional 20-hp to the carbon Lamborghini Huracán EVO by improving upon the naturally-aspirated base V10 to 650-horsepower and adding a fresh 19 lbs. ft. of torque. Out back, there’s a carbon fiber rear wing that promises to provide more stability at high speeds. Customers can also upgrade to an HD rear wing that features a proprietary shear web inside, it allows the wing to be “very” thin and light, yet strong enough to handle speeds up to 250 mph (402 km/h).
The proprietary shear web design also does not interfere with satellite and GPS modules, which is yet another industry-exclusive. Rounding out the highlights are a new rear diffuser and a stainless steel exhaust system that promises to reduce weight. Customers can refine the looks even further as the model will be offered in “regular and widebody forms with forged and twill carbon options.”
1016 Industries’ Lamborghini Huracán EVO comes in forged and twill carbon options and in both narrow and widebody formats. 1016 Industries will be donating 10% of their sales, from now until April 30th, to the World Health Organization in an effort to battle the coronavirus. Discover Opulent Club onApple News.
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