Taking the bull even further.
Earlier, Mansory worked its magic on the Lamborghini Huracán and created an 838 horsepower, twin-turbocharged supercar. That was pretty exciting, but they’ve managed to take it a step further with the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo, combining the Spanish word “Toro” and Super Trofeo high-performance range from the Italian automaker. The result is even more mind-boggling.
Thanks to their long history with carbon fiber and in-house autoclaves, the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo sports an entirely new carbon fiber body. The lightweight transformation starts up front with a new fascia with larger air intakes and specially-developed front lip to reduce lift. New daytime running lights utilize a vibrant crystal design to grab attention. Power is visually emphasized in the form of flared fenders that extend 30 mm at the front and 40 mm at the rear. Connecting them are new carbon fiber side skirts while carbon fiber mirrors sit above and slice through air. The rear widenings also incorporate enlarged air vents to cool the engine and brakes.
Atop the engine sits a new, sharp-angled cover with carbon fiber vents and clear glass to give a glimpse into the high-powered inner workings of the raging bull. The Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo also wears a new rear apron made with carbon fiber everywhere from the diffuser to the integrated exhaust outlets. Atop the newly added “Torofeo” logo sits a large carbon fiber spoiler wing generating all sorts of downforce to keep the supercar planted firmly on the asphalt.
The final touch with the exterior transformation was a new set of forged wheels. The lightweight, ten-spoke alloy wheels were installed in a staggered 9.0 x 20 front and 12.5 x 21 rear setup on the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo with 245/30 ZR20 and 325/25 ZR21 tires.
The biggest smiles come from the 5.2-liter V-10 engine with the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo. The team of Mansory engineers rebuilt the entire engine with new pistons, connecting rods, bearings, camshafts, water-cooled intercooler system, and new fuel system before strapping on a pair of bearing-mounted turbochargers. A full exhaust system lets out a thundering roar and optimizes backpressure. In the end, the Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo screams with 1,250 horsepower at 8,250 RPM and an electronically-limited 738 lb-ft. of torque. The massive amount of power shoots it to 62 mph from rest in just 2.7 seconds and to a top speed over 211 mph.
The interior of the Mansory Lamborhgini Huracán Torofeo wasn’t left stock in the least bit either. Mansory’s in-house saddlery department outfitted the interior with a full coat of alcantara and leather on the seats, dashboard, headliner, and more. Carbon fiber adorns much of the trim and dashboard while a new set of aluminum foot pedals and sports airbag steering wheel add to the driving experience. Mansory has also relocated the starter button to the roof of the car in the form of a red switch similar to that of an aircraft.
The new Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo made its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show and is currently available as a complete upgrade program.
Mansory Lamborghini Huracán Torofeo Specifications
Displacement: 5.2 liters
Number of Cylinders: V-10
Maximum Horsepower: 1,250 / 919 kW at 8.250 RPM
Maximum Torque: 738 lb-ft. / 1,000 Nm (electronically-limited)
Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.7 seconds
Top Speed: Over 211 mph / 340 km/h
Wheels and Tires:
Front Wheels: 9.0 x 20
Rear Wheels: 12.5 x 21
Front Tires: 245/30 ZR20
Rear Tires: 325/25 ZR21
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