Novitec has released a new package for the Lamborghini Huracán Evo, upgrading the mid-engined model's aerodynamics and adding a performance exhaust.

In addition, the company has tweaked the Huracán Evo's suspension and rolled out some new wheel options.

The aero kit comprises a number of carbon parts, including a "frunk" lid with air ducts, a set of side panels, roof air scoops (only applicable to cars with the optional glass engine cover fitted), an N-largo engine cover, mirror covers, upgraded air intakes, a towering rear wing (Performante, anyone?) and a fresh diffuser.

Three forged alloy wheel designs from Vossen are also offered: the NL1 and two variations of the centre-locking NL4. There's also a sports spring set and aluminium spacers to widen the track by 22 mm.

Furthermore, an Inconel stainless steel exhaust system with heat protection and carbon tailpipes can be fitted for those who desire yet more drama from the naturally aspirated 5,2-litre V10.

Revisions to the interior can be made according to the wishes of the customer, says Novitec.

Original article from Car