Double the power, lower weight, all-exotic.
The Lamborghini Huracán might be the younger brother in the two-car Italian family, but Mansory has transformed it into the feisty superstar. After their success with the Mansory Carbonado, the team decided to take the super car even further with their new Torofeo that is a carbon-fiber-clad monster.
The new Mansory Torofeo easily distinguishes itself as an exclusive bull thanks to its new widebody suit made from lightweight and precise autoclave-baked carbon fiber. This commitment to the light stuff makes Lamborghini seem sparse with their use of carbon fiber in the stock model. The full carbon fiber body cuts weight, which means better overall performance.
Up front, a new front apron with large air intakes suck in fresh air, and work with the new front lip to generate downforce for the Mansory Torofeo. Bright crystal LED daytime running lamps emit clean, clear light. Each fender is beefy and powerful with the front pair protruding an extra 30 mm while the rear extends 40 mm more. Connecting the two are new side skirts that channel air away from the outside of the rear wheels. The rear is more muscular with a new finned glass engine hood that vents heat and keep with the sharp factory design. A large rear spoiler and diffuser integrated into the rear apron creates even more downforce than before.
Behind the new finned glass sits a completely re-worked and re-built engine. The 5.2-liter was given new pistons, connecting rods, bearings, camshafts, a water-cooled intercooler, fuel system, and a pair of bearing-mounted turbochargers. The exhaust system was also completely re-worked to feature a set of stainless steel tailpipes singing a hardcore roar from the rear fascia.
In total, the new 5.2-liter V-10 in the Mansory Torofeo makes a whopping 1,250 horsepower at 8,250 RPM – that’s more than double the factory output for the Lamborghini Huracán! Torque was also impressive but had to be electronically-limited to 737 lb-ft. of torque to prevent damage to the drivetrain. This, coupled with the low weight of the carbon fiber body allows the all-wheel drive exotic to reach 62 mph from rest in just 2.7 seconds and hit a top speed over 211 mph.
Generating grip, even for an all-wheel drive car with that much power, is a tough task. So, Mansory opted to install a set of staggered forged wheels measuring 9.0 x 20 up front and 12.5 x 21 at the rear with 245/30 ZR20 and 325/25 ZR21 tires. The entire ride height is also reduced by 25 mm for a better center of gravity.
But that wasn’t the end for the Mansory team. The Torofeo was given a fully-customized cabin with leather and alcantara covering the seats, dashboard, and other areas. These luxurious amenities combine with a sporty airbag steering wheel, aluminum foot pedals, and carbon fiber trim pieces. The starter button has also be repositioned on the roof as a red switch similar to that of an aircraft.
The new Mansory Torofeo Lamborghini Huracán will be shown at the Frankfurt International Motor Show and is currently available for purchase.
Mansory Torofeo Lamborghini Huracán Specifications
Displacement: 5.2 liters
Number of Cylinders: V-10
Maximum Horsepower: 1,250 / 919 kW at 8,250 RPM
Maximum Torque: 737 lb-ft. / 1,000 Nm (electronically-limited)
-Full stainless steel exhaust
Acceleration 0-62 mph: 2.7 seconds
Top Speed: Over 211 mph / 340 km/h
Wheels, Tires, and Suspension:
Wheels: Forged alloy
Front Wheels: 9.0 x 20
Rear Wheels: 12.5 x 21
Front Tires: 245/30 ZR20
Rear Tires: 325/25 ZR21
Suspension: 25 mm lower
-Carbon fiber body
-Carbon fiber front apron with integrated LED daytime running lights
-Carbon fiber front lip
-Carbon fiber side skirts
-Carbon fiber front fenders; extended 30 mm
-Carbon fiber rear fenders; extended 40 mm
-Glass vented engine cover
-Carbon fiber rear spoiler
-Carbon fiber rear apron
-Carbon fiber rear diffuser
-Leather and alcantara furnishings
-Carbon fiber trim
-Roof-mounted start switch
-Airbag sports steering wheel
-Aluminum foot pedals
Mansory Torofeo Lamborghini Huracán Gallery