Project Huracan Part 1: The Intro

Introducing the latest Regal Autosport project, the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4!

Ever since supercharging our first Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 we’ve fallen in love with the Italian Supercar. With such an aggressive exterior, theatrical interior and incredible soundtrack… Who wouldn’t?

So we went on the hunt for our own in-house Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4. It took us a while to find the right spec we wanted, but we finally settled on this 2016 year Grigio Lynx Lamborghini Hurcan LP610-4!

Complete with a wide range of options including 20″ forged lightweight wheels, forged carbon engine bay, orange callipers and contra stiched seats to name a few. At just under 2000 miles and paint protection film, this Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 is the perfect base for our tuning project.

As soon as the vehicle was purchased, we put the car through a post-purchase check, while in the shop, our Lamborghini Hurcan LP610-4 is kept in good company with a supercharged Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4.

This series of checks showed that while the vehicle was seemingly maintained to the manufacturers standard the wheel alignment was out, causing a pulling to one side of the road. So we fitted our wheel alignment equipment to the optional 20″ lightweight wheels and measured the wheel alignment settings which were mostly out of the manufacturer’s setting window, which is what caused the pulling to one side.

Our wheel alignment equipment uses unique mounting heads which do not damage wheels and alignment cameras which are suitable for super low vehicles, perfect for this Lamborghini Hurcan.

Our technician carefully adjusts the wheel alignment settings to the original Lamborghini settings and the pulling to one side is eliminated, and our Lamborghini handles just like it left the factory.

So what’s next? We’ve got a multitude of options available for improving the Hurcan. First on the list is to reduce the arch gap by installing a spring kit, improve the power and improve the exhaust note of the factory (non-option) exhaust system.

Question is, what would you like to see from the project?

 

 

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