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This is a 650bhp carbon Lamborghini Huracán Evo

And 1016 Industries will donate 10 per cent of sales to the World Health Org

How best to out-Evo a Lamborghini Huracán Evo? More power, and a load more carbon fibre. Which, incidentally, is exactly what 1016 Industries has done to Lamborghini’s baby supercar.

We shall start at the back because there lies a new carbon fibre wing mounted solidly to the body, claimed to deliver more high-speed stability. Around the sides, more carbon fibre skirts, while up front you’d be hard pressed to miss the socking great carbon fibre bonnet.

Said hood is four kilos lighter than Lamborghini’s own, while there are nods to the awesome Super Trofeo Huracáns in the form of arch vents (big yes) and a new front spoiler. The accoutrements will be available in forged and twill carbon, and narrow and widebody versions.

There’s a little bit more power than before, courtesy of… well, we don’t know. We do know this one gets 650bhp from its V10, and a little more torque, too.

Sweet colour, too. 1016 Industries say that 10 per cent of the company’s sales from now until 30 April will be donated to the World Health Organisation, which is also sweet.

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