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Huracan LP680 by RSC Tuning

Huracan LP680 by RSC Tuning

By Mark Smeyers on August 11. 2016 in Huracán.

Racing Sport Concepts, also known as RSC Tuning, has developed an aerodynamic kit for the Lamborghini Huracán ... now you might think that market is saturated already, a lot of companies are offering parts to change the exterior appearance of the current V10 model from Sant'Agata, even Lamborghini themselves have released a kit.

Still the RSC Tuning aero kit managed to be different from the competition thanks to taking things serious straight from day one ... RSC Tuning bought a white Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 so they could develop their kit 24/7 and actually see it in real life from different angles and in changing light ... the perfect way to create a work of art.

The side sills and small rear wing look perfect on this white Huracan by RSC Tuning

A first choice had to be made ... start hand-molding the kit on the car or invest time and money in a 3D development ... RSC Tuning went for the latter and scanned their Huracán with a laser to create CAD data that would allow the development of the aero kit on a computer, which would allow parts to be 3D printed to check fitment and attachment before using expensive carbon fiber to actually build the kit.

The design idea behind the carbon fiber aero kit for the Lamborghini Huracán was simple and difficult at the same time, Bill Waldock Jr., President of RSC Tuning wanted to bring a totally unique and exclusive design for the Huracán that would enhance the work of the Lamborghini design team ... creating a car with clean surfaces, modern lines and sharp edges ... while still making the Bull stand out from the rest.

The result was an almost Zen-like design inspired by minimalist and modern design principles for the exterior carbon fiber parts, note that RSC Tuning uses pre-impregnated carbon fiber in a cutting-edge autoclave, the entire kit is UV resistant and is made similar to Formula One material.

A really nice touch of carbon fiber from RSC Tuning for the Lamborghini Huracan

The RSC Tuning Aero kit comes with two front splitters that are height adjustable to keep in mind the ground clearance of the already low riding Lamborghini Huracán, when mounted flush onto the front bumper they reduce the clearance by only .5" ... also keep in mind the front lift system on this Lamborghini that allows you to raise the front when driving onto an incline, the double bonded construction of these splitters also allows more protection against scraping without flaking the clear coat.

A carbon fiber center fin is also available to complete the front look, but the best looking part are those 'eyelids' ... carbon fiber fins that are fitted inside the large front air intakes on the bumper, they really change the look of the Lamborghini Huracán for the better. A set of side sills with an upright just ahead of the rear wheels connect the front to the rear while a 'slip on' lower rear diffuser makes the back of the V10 Bull look a little more aggressive ... however, that unique ducktail wing is what really sets the RSC Tuning kit apart.

A white Lamborghini Huracan with black carbon fiber aero parts from RSC Tuning

Just in case you are not satisfied with the factory original 610hp in the Huracán you can install the RSC Tuning performance software together with the RSC Tuning race exhaust ... power output goes up to 680hp ... hence the LP680 designation for the RSC Tuning Huracán.

The impressive HRE wheels have been fitted to this car by Wheels Boutique in Miami, these are the HRE P2 series P201 units in 9x20 inch up front and 12.5x21 inch at the rear, Pirelli tires in 245/30ZR20 and 325/25ZR21 were mounted.

Interested in having your own Lamborghini Huracán converted into an RSC Tuning LP680 version? I'm sure you'll be able to get all your questions answered by contacting RSC Tuning:

Racing Sports Concepts
Address:
2254 NW 82nd Ave
Miami Florida 33122
Phone: 305- 592-4482
info@rsctuning.com

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