Vorsteiner Novara Huracan has been teased yesterday and it is currently debuting at the SEMA show. The car looks simply amazing with its royal color, aero components and unique wheels. By the way, Vorsteiner said that this car will mark the beginning of a new era.
Controlled Design vs Balanced Aerodynamics
The Novara is based on the Lamborghini Huracan, which is already a spectacular car. And the best thing about this project is that it has the exquisite design as well as the balanced aerodynamics. How was this achieved?
To answer this question we have to get introduced to what the aero program comprises of. Precisely, the kit includes front fascia with integrated front spoiler, ventilated front fenders, side sill extension blades, rear bumper with an integrated rear diffuser and fixed rear wing. All components are made of carbon fiber. But let's look in details.
Front Fascia with Improved Cooling, Aerodynamics & Performance
We can undoubtedly say that the front of the Novara Huracan is absolutely distinctive an aggressive. This was achieved with the addition of a brand new carbon fiber front bumper with an integrated front spoiler. Besides the visual effect, these parts also provide better airflow and increased cooling.
For instance, the now larger air intake openings allow a higher volume of air to be utilized along with a set of angular blades that channel the air towards the radiators. As a result engine's fluids cool even under the most demanding high-performance driving conditions.
And did you see the added honeycomb mesh grills made out of ABS plastic? This components not only gives the a great overall look to the front of the Lambo, but also delivers protection against a wide variety of debris found on the road for the radiator. It also provides completely unrestricted airflow.
Fluid Side Architecture
The inlet openings in the front fenders are part of an aero package which is specifically designed for downforce. Due to the addition of air flow created by the spinning wheels, the ventilated front fenders exit air out and push down on the vehicle, thus allowing better aerodynamics and performance.
Furthermore, the side sill blades have other function than just visual. They cut and direct the air flow from the front towards the rear of the vehicle. This also ensures the stability of the vehicle.
The Devil is in the Details
One very cool detail is the bespoke steering wheel, made of carbon fiber with customized leather materials. The other is the in-house made stainless steel exhaust system, which provides additional improved throttle response, increased power and torque, as well as better sound note from the V10.
The rear end of the car is all about supreme aerodynamics and… art. Just take a look at the motorsport inspired rear bumper made of carbon fiber and exuding aggressiveness. In addition, the tail of the car includes three trapezoidal openings on the top for improved heat dissipation and better engine cooling for the powertrain and exhaust. In addition, the rear openings are protected by a honeycomb mesh carried over from the front end.
Probably the most gorgeous part of this tuning is the rear wing. It is an integral part of the Novara aerodynamic package and air flow dynamics. Of course, it is also made out of pure carbon fiber.
Flow Forged Wheels
The Vorsteiner Novara Huracan runs on nothing less than a 20-inch Vorsteiner V-FF 105 Flow Forged wheels. Lightweight and strong, these wheels are matched with Pirelli tires in two colors and hide red Brembo brakes.
If you happen to be in Las Vegas this week, you should go visit the SEMA Show and Vorsteiner's booth #46199. There you will have the chance of seeing the Vorsteiner Novara Huracan.