Several tuners are preparing their aerodynamic package for the new Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, some will raise the power output along the way, others will only provide modified styling for the new V10 model from Sant'Agata. Back in February 2014 we've already published a preview of what Vancouver based Duke Dynamics envisioned for this model, their Minotauro kit showed a nice front bumper in Murciélago SV style, a beautiful side sill with uprights and a brand new, more aggressively styled rear diffuser.
All still in the render phase however, part numbers are available but no pricing was published ... the Huracan Minotauro by Duke Dynamics should have become available in the Summer of 2014, but I guess the lack of actual customer cars didn't help and at this moment no tuner has been able to show any kind of modified Huracán in real life yet.
But that didn't prevent Duke Dynamics to take their design for the Lamborghini Huracán a step further, check out the Arrow presented recently, a much more elaborate package that emphasizes aggressive styling and aerodynamic optimization.
Up front the entire front bumper receives a new design with air intakes on the side, large intakes up front and lower fin made of clear carbon fiber that flows into a vertical fin on the sides for improved stability. Upright fins that also appear on the side sills, but behind the front wheel and in front of the large rear wheels, also note there is a second carbon fiber section running from the front to the rear on the side ... at the lower side air intake Duke Dynamics adds a nice plaque.
Around the back we encounter a massive rear wing that is fixed in a very innovative way using a center strut instead of the usual pair of fins on either side, a very nice touch by Duke Dynamics ... this rear wing can be color coded to the rest of the Huracán or kept in clear carbon fiber whichever the customer likes best.
Nice air ducts are added at the rear corners while the entire diffuser is finished in clear carbon fiber, complete with a more aggressive styled lower section ... also note the engine cover by Duke Dynamics shows carbon fiber fins and glass sections in the middle ... all in all a very special, more intimidating look for the new 'Baby Lamborghini'.