Located in San Francisco, California, Morph Auto Design (or MAD) has created another aerodynamic kit for the Lamborghini Huracan, they call it the Hydra, named after a mythological creature from ancient Greece.
The Hydra is a multi-headed serpent-like animal renowned for its destructive force and ferocious nature ... which suits the Huracan perfectly. Note that is is the Hydra Type 1 aero kit, Morph Auto Design has some more versions in mind, which can be seen on some of the renders with this article.
The entire Hydra Type 1 kit comes with to front lips, side skirts, a rear wing base and a double rear wing, listed at $17,540 at the time of writing. All parts are made from 2x2 pre-preg dry carbon fiber and come with UV protection clear coating ... available in either matte or glossy finish.
The two front lips can be mounted on the original front bumper of the Lamborghini Huracan, they fit underneath the large air intakes on either side and swing around to the sides where they offer a vertical fin, much like the design seen on the Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversary front bumper. If bought separately they list at $4,885.
The magnificent looking clear carbon fiber side skirts also have vertical fins for an improved air flow around the Huracan, listed at $4,985 they totally change the look of the V10 when seen from the side.
Probably the most impressive item on the Hydra Type 1 aero kit is the impressive rear wing with a double aerofoil design for even more downforce, the sides feature vertical fins for stability at speed, listed at $ 6,185 you can opt for an extra carbon fiber base at $1,485 that completed the carbon look between the taillights and underneath the rear wing.
Not included in the complete Hydra Type 1 aero kit but a very nice item to install on your Lamborghini Huracan nonetheless are a complete set of exterior rearview mirrors finished in clear carbon fiber, at $3,000.
Judging by the render at the top of this page Morph Auto Design has another great looking aero kit in mind, complete with a special design for the rear fenders ... I'm sure that would look amazing in real life too ...