Wheelsandmore LP850-4 Lucifero is an Extra Devilish Lamborghini Huracán
The Lamborghini Huracán only recently entered production, but tuners are already starting to roll out upgrades for the successor to the Gallardo. This shouldn’t come as a massive surprise, since the Gallardo was the best-selling Lamborghini car in history. And with the refinements and upgrades found aboard the Huracán (the brand’s first dual-clutch transmission arguably chief among them), we wouldn’t be shocked if the new baby bull eventually breaks that record.
That being said, the folks at Wheelsandmore found some room for improvement on the Huracán. Dubbed the LP850-4 Lucifero, this meaner mid-engine Italian has been given a mild cosmetic makeover, with a thin stripe running across the top and a set of Wheelsandmore’s new F.I.W.E. center-lock wheels (20” fronts, 21” rears). Again, it’s a pretty mild makeover on the outside.
Under the engine cover, though, it’s a very different story. Wheelsandmore plans to offer three, count ‘em, three power kits for the 5.2L V10. The first one serves up a mild bump to 641 horsepower (from 601 horsepower stock), while the second one adds a supercharger to serve up a much more noticeable 766 horsepower, while the top package leads to a ludicrous 838 horsepower (with transmission and driveline strengthened accordingly). A hydraulically-adjustable racing suspension system is also available to make the Lucifero’s handling – and, presumably, getting over speed bumps and the like – a bit less hellish.