/Rendering: Bengala Huracan TRK

Rendering: Bengala Huracan TRK

Bengala Huracan TRK 600x330 at Rendering: Bengala Huracan TRK

Once again we come across a rendering by an independent design team that could teach a thing or two to big time tuners about designing body kits. This is Bengala Huracan TRK, a free take on the new Lamborghini Huracan LP 580-2 with track worthiness in mind.

Bengala has already had a go at the Huracan with this heavily modified Spyder. With the Bengala Huracan TRK though, they wanted to visualize the idea of a track-ready version of the car. So in a way, this is what the future Huracan Superleggera could look like.

Compared to the standard 580-2 upon which this car is based, Bengala Huracan TRK features a new air splitter at the front complete with little winglets on top which look like a thin mustache and give the car the looks of an eighteenth century French baron. Then there’s the aero blades down the sides, and at the back a big, GT3-style wing and, presumably, a hefty new diffuser.

The closest thing you can get to this imaginary car in the real world, although it’s based on the full-fat LP610, is this DMC Huracan.

Rendering by Bengala Automotive Design

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