Lamborghini’s Own Aero Package for the Huracan Out In The Open

Lamborghini Huracan Aero

It’s been two months since Lamborghini has revealed their own aerodynamics package for the Huracan, specially designed to be an alternative to the styling kits released by aftermarket specialists, but only today we got to see the first example live.

Lamborghini Newport Beach has showcased a 2016 Huracan LP610-4 fitted with Lambo’s Aero package, allowing us to get a closer look at the sportier body kit, which consists of a new carbon fiber front lip, side skirts and a rear diffuser, while at the back you will also find a new fixed wing and four matte chrome tips to the car’s factory sports exhaust system.

The Bianco Monocerus exterior paint job will definitely turn some heads as well, with contrasting red stripes making sure you won’t turn your head away from this beauty ever.

Considering the $22,484 price-tag, this sporty Aero package isn’t just for anyone; come to think of it, neither is a Huracan. You should know, however, that no mechanical improvements or upgrades of any kind are part of this offering, which means that power is still provided by the 5.2-liter V10 naturally-aspirated engine, developing 601 hp (449 kW).

This special supercar does, however, brag about various OEM accessories from Lamborghini’s Accessori Originali catalog, such as the Track Telemetry Package, Lamborghini Script, and Shield Puddle Lights. At the end of the day, this 1,010 miles Lambo comes with a $299,888 price tag. Can you handle it?