Mansory Lamborghini Huracan MH1 is a Widebody Wonder
The Lamborghini Huracan is a noticeable step forward from its predecessor, the Gallardo, but what if you want it to be a quantum leap forward from the last junior Lamborghini? Well, Mansory hopes you’ll consult with it when the time comes to customize your Huracan. And chances are they’ll point you in the direction of the company’s new MH1 package.
Mansory makes the MH1 easy to spot from the outside, courtesy of a full widebody kit crafted form carbon fiber that includes a huge front splitter and a fixed rear wing. The company also prescribes a snazzy set of its alloy wheels measuring 20” in front and 21” in back. As for the interior, Mansory got its best leatherworkers to stitch together top-quality hides for the seats, door panels and other surfaces, while a redesigned sport steering wheel (which retains the driver airbag) and carbon fiber make this Italian supercar’s cabin look even more tailor-made.
But the tailoring we care about the most is found under the engine cover, where Mansory fitted the Huracan’s 5.2L V10 with a new fuel pressure regulator, new fuel injectors, a reprogrammed ECU and, oh yes, a single-turbocharger setup. Those new parts elevate output to 838 horsepower and 575 lb.-ft of torque, which is supposedly sufficient to cut 0-62 mph time to 2.9 seconds and lift the top speed to 205 mph. Those are the kinds of stats that will wipe the smirk right off an Aventador owner’s face.