Meet the 860hp Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

By CARSIFU | 5 August 2016

ROME: Meet the 860hp/960Nm Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Spyder, courtesy of specialist tuner Novitec Torado which is headquartered in Stetten, Germany.

The open-top sports car with a 5.2-litre V10 engine gets massively boosted by 250hp and 400Nm thanks to twin-supercharging, from its stock naturally aspirated 610hp and 560Nm.


Novitec Torado also offers a aerodynamic-enhancement components, optionally made from carbon, and tailor-made hi-tech forged wheels for the Huracán.

Also, the designers developed a new front spoiler, a central front blade and side flaps that attach to the production bumper.

An equally innovative idea from Novitec Torado is the special trunk deck, whose air ducts on the left and right-hand side further reduce lift on the front axle.

This improves the handling stability especially at high speeds.


The carbon covers for the door mirrors round out the racing looks effectively.

Just as sophisticated is the design of the Novitec Torado rocker panels, which create a perfect transition between the front and rear wheel arches and thus minimize turbulences at the sides of the vehicle.

In addition, they give the Huracán Spyder a lower and sleeker visual stance.

The rear end also underwent a sporty Novitec Torado upgrade: The shapes of the diffuser and rear spoiler lip were refined in the wind tunnel to create an optimal aerodynamic balance in concert with the Novitec Torado bodywork components at the front.
A large rear airfoil is optionally available for the Spyder.


A strikingly styled rear molding forms an even more spectacular backdrop for the taillights of the Huracán.

A tailor-made carbon cover for the ten-cylinder engine continues the racing look in the engine bay.

Wheels make a car, and consequently Novitec Torado also offers tailor-made wheels manufactured using hi-tech forging technology.


Five distinctive pairs of spokes that extend to the outer edge of the rim flange lend the Italian sports car fascinating looks.

The combination of 20-inch rims at the front and 21-inch wheels on the rear axle emphasizes the wedge shape of the Lamborghini.

The three-piece NL1 alloys are mounted on the Huracán at the front in size 9Jx20 with 245/30 ZR 20 tyres.

The wheel arches on the rear axle are filled out by 12.5Jx21 rims and 325/25 ZR 21 tyres.

Pirelli supplies the optimal rubber in form of its P-Zero high-performance tyres.


Novitec Torado sport springs lower the ride height of the two-seater by about 35 millimeters and due to the lower center of gravity also benefit the handling.

A height-adjustable coilover suspension will soon be available for all Huracán models.