Nothing is ever radical enough for the team from Mansory so when they got their hands on the second Lamborghini Huracan (first one here) they went all out on the performance front. The name comes from “toro” which means bull in Spanish and then of course the Super Trofeo race cars from Lamborghini but no one really cares about that. From a styling point, you see a newly designed carbon kit consisting of a new front apron, striking side skirts, new mirror housings, enhanced wheel arches, a big rear wing and a massive diffuser.
The most insane upgrade has to be the engine because it has received new pistons, connecting rods, bearings, camshafts, a water-cooled intercooler, an entire fuel system, as well as two bearing-mounted turbochargers. All these changes mean the 5.2-litre V10 now pushes out 1000 hp and has a torque electronically limited to 1000 Nm. 0 to 100 km/h is dealt with in 2.7 seconds and it is able to go all the way to 340 km/h. This is another example of a Lamborghini being Mansory’d