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Monsory are specialists at refining and customising exclusive sports cars and have done it again with the Lamborghini Huracán. The soon to be presented MH1 makes it clear that Mansory differs significantly from the standard series vehicle. In addition to design elements such as the specially designed daytime driving lights and the new carbon wing mirrors, targeted design interventions provide for an increase in aerodynamics.
Whether front, rear bumper or side skirts – all body components are exclusively shaped and cured under high pressure and high temperatures in an autoclave using high-tech carbon materials. The advantages of this method are proven: Acceleration, stopping distances and fuel consumption are all improved due to the weight reduction of the car. In combination with the diffuser, the wing profile in the Aventador design provides more downforce on the rear axle.
With the powerful increase in performance MH1, offers the first stage of its engine power program. The extent of the upgrades include a high-performance exhaust manifold and muffler, a single Turbo, a new fuel pressure control, new intake manifold fuel injectors and optimised electronic engine and transmission management. The interplay of these components results in an output of about 838 hp / 625 kW at 8,200 rpm (Series: 602 hp / 449 kW at 8,250 rpm). At the same time grows an imposing 780 Nm of maximum torque, which is available at 5,300 rpm (Series: 560 Nm at 6,500). After the modification, the maximum speed is 330 km/h. The modified Huracán accelerates from zero to 100 in just 2.9 seconds.
Only the finest materials find their way into the car’s interior. Only natural flawless leather skins are integrated into the interior and finished with contrasting stitching by the in-house saddlery. The newly designed airbag sports steering wheel, the pedals made of aluminium and the 100% carbon applications complete the exquisite overall impression in the Huracán.
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