Top-quality tuning work courtesy of the tuner that gave us the "Vos-90X" kit for the Ferrari 488 GTB

The Lamborghini Huracán has been getting a lot of tuning love lately and that gravy train has shown no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Just last week, Novitec Torado presented a program for the Huracán Spyder, offering as much as 860 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque out of the Lambo’s 5.2-liter V-10 engine. This time, it’s Vos Performance that’s taking up the spotlight and it’s offering a program that offers exterior, interior, performance, and chassis and suspension upgrades for the Huracán. The tuner has yet to reveal the final output from that engine upgrade, but if you take its history into account, a shot at 900 horsepower isn’t out of the cards.

That’s probably the only downer about this kit. Vos Performance issued a press release about it and there was no mention of any final output from the power increase. It did provide details on the two exhaust upgrades it’s offering, right down to the extra output and weight loss figure each of the kits has on offer. But those figures don’t paint the full picture of Vos Performance’s work on the Huracán so it would be nice if the tuner came out and said what kind of number it was able to extract from that V-10 engine.

Fortunately, the tuner did its homework - and then some - on the exterior and interior of the Huracán. Suffice to say, this program isn’t lacking in carbon fiber. Not the least bit. Even the covers of the A/C vents got in on the fun, adding an extra layer of luxury and refinement to the interior’s look.

Overall, it’s a solid program that will definitely be made a lot more exciting once the tuner gives us the lowdown on that engine upgrade.

Continue reading to learn more about the Lamborghini Huracán Final Edition By Vos Performance.

Exterior

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The exterior of the Lamborghini Huracán Final Edition is defined by a menu of aerodynamic components ranging from cosmetic additions like a new fuel flap to aerodynamic upgrades like a front spoiler lip. In between, Vos Performance also fitted the Huracan with mirror caps, a matte roof panel, a rear diffuser, an individualised nameplate, and a choice of either a “Pur Vida” (Neutral-Zero) rear wing or a “Torneo” adjustable rear wing. All these components are made in either gloss or visible carbon fiber.

Interior

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The interior of the Huracán was also treated to a nice dose of carbon fiber, ranging from the door sill inlay to the frame cover on the upper center console. The refined steering wheel itself received some carbon fiber love from Vos Performance, specifically the switch and rocker covers and the paddle shifters. Proving itself up to being an equal opportunity distributor of carbon fiber, the tuner even gave the door handles and the A/C nozzle covers of the Huracán their own carbon fiber treatment.

Drivetrain

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This is where it gets tricky because Vos Performance did not specify the kind of power gains it has for the Lamborghini Huracán. To be clear, the tuner has one that’s comprised of a new intake manifold with a BMC twin-air sport air filter. It just didn’t mention how much extra power it was able to get out of the Lamborghini. Make no mistake, there’s a kit being prepared here that’s going to turn the Huracán into a road-raging monster. Look no further than what the tuner did to the Ferrari 488 GTB back in May 2016 as proof of its capabilities. That program, called the “Project Vos-9X” came with a three-stage upgrade that topped at 900 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque. Anticipate something similar with this upgrade, although would be much better if Vos Performance just released the numbers.

All together, this option nets an increase of 19 horsepower at 5,950 rpm and 16 pound-feet of torque

Fortunately, the tuner isn’t leaving us to speculate on the other aspects of the Huracán’s engine upgrade package. It’s also offering a choice of two exhaust upgrades, the first of which is its very own creation. This one comes with a front end and muffler with mechanical flap control exhaust tailpipes, good enough to shave 22 pounds off of the Huracán’s weight and add an extra 12 horsepower at 5,820 rpm and 11 pound-feet of torque at the same rev number.

The other exhaust upgrade comes by way of an Akrapovic slip-on line titanium exhaust system. The prominent features here are the enlarged main pipes with a specially designed X-chamber in the silencer box. All together, this option nets an increase of 19 horsepower at 5,950 rpm and 16 pound-feet of torque, also at 5,950 rpm while cutting 45 pounds out of the Lamborghini’s weight.

Chassis and Suspension

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Chassis and suspension upgrades are made up of H&R sports springs that drop the Huracán’s ride height by 1.37 inches, stainless steel brake hoses, and competition brake pads.

Pricing

The good news is that Vos Performance has detailed the pricing for each and every component it’s offering for this program. The bad news is that when put together, the exterior and interior upgrades alone are worth €32,265, which is about $35,700 based on current exchange rates. That’s not even counting the chassis and suspension upgrades and the two exhaust modifications, which themselves cost €6,990 ($7,750) for the Vos Performance package and €9,520 ($10,500) for the Akrapovic package. Oh, and that engine upgrade doesn’t have a price either, so suffice to say, prepare to break the bank if you’re interested in availing this program.

Competition

Lamborghini Huracán Spyder by Novitec Torado

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A recent entry into the Huracán tuning world is this beauty by way of Novitec Torado. The German tuner didn’t waste its chance to make an impression on Huracán owners as it was able to create a program that gave the Lambo’s 5.2-liter supercharged V-10 engine an impressive 860 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque. Novitec accomplished that by slapping a pair of superchargers on the V-10 to boost the engine’s total output. The result is a topless Huracán that gets an 250 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque and a likely sprint time to 60 mph of under three seconds and a top speed of somewhere in the 220-mph neighborhood.

Read our full review here.

Lamborghini Huracán O.CT800 Supercharged

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Since we’re talking about bonkers programs for the Huracán, we can’t forget about O.CT Tuning and its “O.CT800 Supercharged” program for the Lambo. Unveiled in February 2016, the tuner presented one specific engine upgrade package that included a new supercharger unit and a sport exhaust system that helped the Lamborghini’s 5.2-liter V-10 engine increase its output to a whopping 805 horsepower and 597 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough to propel the Huracán from a standstill position to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds to go with a top speed that’s staring up to 215 mph.

Read our full review here.

Conclusion

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This has to be one of the most impressive tuning upgrades we’ve seen for the Lamborghini Huracán. All the elements are definitely there, including modifications on the exterior, interior, engine, and chassis and suspension. The only drawback is that Vos Performance hasn’t released the net power of the Huracán’s 5.2-liter V-10 once the upgrades were done. I’m sure, given the tuner’s history, that it’s going to be some mind-boggling number, maybe even as high as 850 to 900 horsepower. But until we get actual world from the tuner, it’s going to be unfair to speculate on anything and use it as fact.

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