I guess for some people 610 hp in a factory original Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 just isn't enough, in that case there are a few options, you can opt for a twin turbo conversion from people like Underground Racing ... or you turn to a supercharger.
Novitec has been working on their N-Largo model of the Huracan that would use a supercharger to raise power to 860hp, but O.CT Tuning in Switzerland and have your Huracan converted into their brand new, Supercharged O.CT800 model.
By installing an Eaton TVS2300 supercharger on top of the Lamborghini V10 engine the power output is raised from the factory standard 610hp to an impressive 805PS (about 794hp), but O.CT didn't just bolt on this Eaton Twin Vortices Series Roots-type supercharger on the Raging Bull engine.
O.CT Tuning also installed a special, aluminum intake manifold, internal overflow valves, an optimized throttle body, a cooling system combining air and water with Polypropylene water tanks, electric Bosch water pumps, CNC machined brackets in aluminum, a 7 rib belt with automatic tensioner and two K&N filters ... all connections and pipes are made in-house by O.CT Tuning.
Naturally the ECU had to be reprogrammed to cope with the new supercharger, the result is a power output of nearly 800hp with a torque of 810 Nm (up from 610hp and 560 Nm originally), acceleration figures of 0 to 100 km/h in only 2.5 seconds (3.2 originally) while 200 km/h is reached within 8.3 seconds (9.90 originally) from standstill are equally impressive ... the top speed limiter is still active so the 325 km/h figure is maintained from the factory settings.
Just for good measure O.CT Tuning also replaces the original exhaust system on the Lamborghini Huracan with their own, titanium made system ... a full 20 kg lighter compared to the original factory unit, this O.CT Titanium exhaust system is perfectly tailored to the Eaton supercharger outlet ... the sound is close to an real hurricane...
Other than some big decals on this white Supercharged O.CT800 Huracan there are no modifications made to the exterior apart from a custom set of forged aluminum wheels, 9x20 inch up front and wide 12.5x21 inch at the rear for that staggered look.
If you are looking for more power without making the Huracan look obvious I guess this 'sleeper' look will be just what you need ... the Supercharged O.CT800 Lamborghini Huracan.