A company called 1016 Industries has combined its expertise in forged carbon fiber production with Lamborghini Huracan Evo. Carbon fiber additions and changes to the car were also reflected in performance.
A company called US-based 1016 Industries, a specialist in carbon fiber production, unveiled the Lamborghini Huracan Evo car with the world’s first forged carbon fiber body parts. The company will also help fight the coronavirus with the car it has developed.
Modifications to the car include a carbon fiber rear wing that enhances stability at high speeds, a stainless steel exhaust, a carbon fiber hood, a carbon fiber roof, and lighter fenders designed by 1016 Industries. In addition, carbon fiber was used in the front and rear diffusers to aid air flow.
Lamborghini Huracan Evo recreated with carbon fiber
In addition to the weight reduction, the exhaust upgrade and some other adjustments made in the car increased the horsepower produced by the 5.2-liter V10 engine by 20 and torque by 26 Nm. Thus, Lamborghini Huracan Evo’s total horsepower increased to 650 and torque output to 626 Nm.
Carbon fiber is not a foreign concept for Lamborghini Huracan. Lamborghini uses carbon fiber for the smart aerodynamic systems of Huracan Performante. But 1016 Industries went a step further with the parts it added to develop the already impressive car Huracan Evo.
1016 Industries has announced that by the end of April, the company will donate 10% of its sales revenue to the World Health Organization, which is fighting the coronavirus. The company claims that carbon fiber Evo is a vehicle that exotic car collectors will definitely love. Thus, it provides a new way for the rich to contribute to the fight against the epidemic.