Lamborghini Huracan looses rear bumper for twin-turbo conversion

This bumperless Lamborghini Huracan probably takes the gong for one of the most unusual tuning projects we’ve come across.

Modified by TR3 Performance, the Huracan’s rear bumper was removed to accommodate a twin-turbo conversion to the supercar’s V10 engine.

The tuner has also installed a A liquid intercooler in the front cargo area, removing the only load carrying capacity – which wasn’t much to start with – from the Huracan. But the reward is a bump in power from 449kW to a hypercar rivaling 625kW!

No performance figures have been released but you can be certain it will likely best the stock car’s 3.2 seconds century sprint.

Besides the twin-turbo conversion and missing rear bumper, the Huracan rolls on a set of ADV.1. ADV5.2 M.V2 CS wheels. The two-piece concave forged alloys measure 9×20-inch front and 12.5×21-inch rear in size, and come with an optional brushed aluminium with gloss clear finish.

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