How do you like this 1200 hp Lamborghini Huracan?December 9, 2019
The guys from the Norwegian studio Zyrus Engineering presented a 1200-strong version of the Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo. The car turned out very fast and the blogger got the opportunity to drive it on the racetrack.
As part of his recent video, a foreign blogger, known as Shmee150, introduced us to an unusual supercar Lamborghini, which was created by the studio Zyrus Engineering. The Norwegian company decided to take for its next project the Italian supercar Lamborghini Huracan in the performance of Super Trofeo, which is intended for racing. Perhaps you should not explain that this is a very powerful car, but apparently its performance was not enough for tuning masters, because they decided to “squeeze everything to the last drop” from a standard power plant.
So, after completing all work on the car, called the Zyrus LP1200, the new product boasts a capacity of 1200 horsepower.
For a country that is known for its love of electric cars, as well as its strong concern for environmental protection, there is the Gatebill Car Festival. This is a vibrant event in which the most powerful cars are demonstrated. The Zyrus LP1200 was made just to participate in this show, and with its 1,200 horsepower, which the 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V10 engine now easily delivers, this car becomes the king of this festival.
In fact, a total of more than 500 new components have been added to the Zyrus LP1200. The ratio of horsepower to weight is 1: 1 (1200 hp, 1200 kg), and a carbon-fiber wide-body kit with a huge rear spoiler creates tremendous downforce and makes the car longer and wider than the standard racing Huracan Super Trofeo.
In this video, the Shmee150 has a terrific opportunity to drive this engineering masterpiece at the Dubai Autodrome with perfectly smooth roads. Despite the fact that the supercars of the Italian brand have always had very good noise isolation, the blogger has to scream while driving a Zyrus LP1200.
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