Tuning company Vorsteiner has just teased its latest Lamborghini Huracan project ahead of SEMA 2015 kicking off in a few days. Dubbed the Novara, the car previews an extended range of visual and aerodynamic components offered by Vorsteiner for the Huracan and joins the existing Verona Edizione program.

So far, only one image of the Vorsteiner Novaro Lamborghini Huracan has been released but it does preview a number of its bespoke components. For starters, the car has been fitted with a new carbon fibre front bumper consisting of enlarged air intakes and a bigger front grille. There is also exposed carbon across the front splitter and the air intake surrounds.

Elsewhere, we can see that the Novara includes special side skirts, likely also made from carbon fibre, and has been installed with a set of massive gloss black wheels and red brake calipers. Also visible are carbon fibre air vents on the front wheel arches similar to those from the latest Porsche 911 GT3 RS. This particular car has also been finished in matte purple and includes angular black racing stripes.

Stay tuned to GTspirit in the coming days for more about the Vorsteiner Novara Lamborghini Huracan.

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