Nobody outside Lamborghini has yet seen the new Huracan in the flesh, but that hasn’t stopped the tuners from having a crack at improving the car, virtually. First we had German tuner DMC who presented a very nice package for the baby bull, and now Oakley Design has come up with what you see here in these pictures.
Granted, Oakley’s effort is not as thorough and complete as what DMC is proposing, but nevertheless, it does make a profound difference in the way the car looks. Lamborghini Huracan by Oakley Design features a two-tone paint work with blacked-out roof and pillars that match the blacked-out front and rear fascia, sills and wheels.
The meat of the program is a carbon rear wing sitting proudly at the back, making the Huracan look more and more like its big bro, the Aventador.
Oakley Design has not mentioned anything about a performance upgrade, but that’s cool, seeing as the Huracan comes as standard with a 610 horsepower V10 that gives it a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 320 km/h. That is fast enough, surely.