Novitec’s propensity to recreate the industry’s most iconic supercars has resulted in some of our favorite aftermarket builds, and Lamborghini’s transcendental platforms are no exception. Following a drastic aerodynamic deviation catered toward the manufacturer’s other platforms, the design studio has revealed its most recent outfit for the Huracán EVO.
Atop Lamborghini’s sleek and sensual 5.2-liter, V10-powered chassis, Novitec has introduced an array of naked carbon components. The inclusion of smaller peripherals, including the car’s bespoke carbon fiber mirror covers, side window intakes, air scoops, and end plates, complement larger centerpieces like the downforce-focused rear wing and diffuser. Below, the EVO has been treated to a set of NOVITEC NL4 forged rims, 245/30 ZR 20 Pirelli P-Zero high-performance tires, and a sport-spring suspension that drops the vehicle’s ride height by around 35 millimeters. Of course, all of this is tied together by Novitec’s high-performance RACE exhaust system — an aesthetically-pleasing work of art crafted with INCONEL, a lightweight alloy used in Formula 1 racing. Head to the company’s website to learn more.
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