Zyrus LP1200 Strada, the craziest road Lamborghini Huracan in the world

Zyrus LP1200 Strada, the craziest road Lamborghini Huracan in the world
In the past few hours, the Norwegian tuner Zyrus has unveiled a decidedly aggressive update package that transforms a Lamborghini Huracan into a monster with racing aerodynamic appendages fully homologated for use on the road. The tuner, already known in the past for his sporty elaborations of already more than exceptional basic models, officially presented the Zyrus LP1200 Strada: the first road Huracan with a true hypercar look.

Widened track, showy aerodynamic appendages and air intakes on each side, these are just some of the changes made by the tuner. With the new aesthetic, the Zyrus LP1200 Strada is closer to the concept of a racing car (or extreme hypercar) rather than the classic, but equally captivating, angular supercar look of Sant’Agata Bolognese. The innovations do not only involve the graphics of the car, the tuner has in fact integrated a pair of turbochargers in the majestic and powerful 5.2-liter V10 engine, allowing to reach 900 horsepower in "normal" driving mode.

The driver, however, with the necessary precautions, can choose to switch to “track” mode, releasing all the power of the revised engine: up to 1,200 peak horsepower. Unfortunately we are not aware of the updated performance, but the tuner specifies that the Zyrus LP1200 Strada is the fastest Lamborghini on the track capable of beating even the Super Trofeo variants and the recent STO.

More than 2 years of testing and over 3,700 km of roads were needed to carefully develop all the over 600 parts of the Zyrus LP1200 Strada kit, in order to guarantee high performance and safety from every point of view. The price of this crazy vehicle is 595,000 euros for the road variant and 525,000 euros for the track-only version. Officially born as a concept created to compete in the Norwegian Extreme GT championship, a competition without power limits or particular constraints, Zyrus LP1200 will be available in a limited edition: 24 units are expected, 12 of which are approved for road use. br> The manufacturer specifies that the track variant stops the scale hand at just 1200 kg, about 200 kg less than the model approved for the road. At present it is not clear whether the kit is based on the basic model of the car or on the evolution called "Evo", however it is over 300 thousand euros of kits: a decidedly crazy figure, just like the vehicle.

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