For the Baby Bull – the monicker dubbed to the Lamborghini Huracan – there’s not much you can do to improve its gorgeous looks. Small tweaks on the exterior and upgrades in the power department are all that the owners are able to do, as the vehicle already comes pretty much perfect (in both aesthetics and performance) from the factory.
For this Huracan, the choice landed with a complete carbon fiber kit and aftermarket wheels.
The 1016 Industries Renato aero kit consists of a front lip, side skirts, a rear aero diffuser and a rear wing kit – which comes with upper blade and lower mounting piece. Parts are made from high-quality, US-made pre-preg carbon fiber available in standard 2×2 6K fabric or optional custom finishes. All parts are designed, engineered and built in-house providing supreme quality, fitment, and strength. The efforts of the development and manufacturing process yield the most advanced solution for this vehicle.
The carbon fiber added creates both an appealing and aggressive look to the exterior while also providing maximized functional performance.
Furthermore, for owners that require more power from their Lamborghini Huracán, 1016 Industries offers a unique ECU and TCU tuning solution that upgrades the power and torque levels to 640 horsepower and 448lb-ft of torque, while also improving throttle response, gearshift speed, traction management and other driveline communications. The resulting solution achieves the most complete and powerful upgrade to an already outstanding platform, allowing the user to be more connected and controlled in their driving experience.
The final – and by many the most impacting touch – are these gorgeous directional ADV.1 Wheels. Namely, the owner chose a set of ADV8R M.V2 CS forged wheels. These wheels are sized 20×9 and 20×12 in the front and rear, respectively. They come finished in a clean and striking looking Brushed Gunmetal finish, matched perfectly with hidden hardware.
This Lamborghini Huracan photoshoot is done by William Stern Photography. Grab a look at the full set of images of this build right below.