Today’s photoshoot brings us a gorgeous Blu Cepheus Lamborghini Huracán, equipped with a complete carbon fiber aero kit from 1016 Industries. The kit consists of a front add-on spoiler, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a rear aero wing. All of the parts are made from pre-preg carbon fiber, affording them with supreme rigidity and a low weight.

Naturally, they all impact aerodynamic performance in a positive way, adding to the levels of downforce the car produces, but also, to help keep it stable in tight high-speed cornering situations.

Blu Cepheus Lamborghini Huracán With The 1016 Industries "Renato" Aero Kit
Blu Cepheus Lamborghini Huracán With The 1016 Industries “Renato” Aero Kit

Whatever your likings in the car world may be, you simply gotta love the Huracán. While the Lamborghini Huracán comes with the same the 5.2 L naturally aspirated V10 engine from the Gallardo. But, for this all-new vehicle, the engine was slightly re-tuned to produce even more power and torque, equating better performance and driving dynamics in different circumstances.

The engine in the Lamborghini Huracán produces 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp). To ensure its balance and performance, the car is mid-engined. This provides the Huracán with an excellent set of performance virtues in such a configuration. The V10 engine installed provides the car with enough power to propel the car from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 3.2 seconds, while reaching a top speed of 202mph or 325km/h for European fans – that is.

Blu Cepheus Lamborghini Huracán With The 1016 Industries "Renato" Aero Kit
Blu Cepheus Lamborghini Huracán With The 1016 Industries “Renato” Aero Kit

The addition of a 1016 Industries aero kit pretty much ensured that this Huracán looks aggressive and utmost perfect.

The complete photoshoot of this project is done by William Stern Photography. The talented Miami based automotive photographer has been producing impressively gorgeous automotive content for years, whereas his recent work is falling into the category of art easily. You can check out the complete photoshoot of this project in the media gallery right below.