LAMBORGHINI HURACAN FORGED WHEELS.
The Unique looking Lamborghini Huracan Forged Rims by LOMA Wheels.
Lamborghini Huracan Forged Wheels made by LOMA wheels are distinctive and the most luxurious alloy rims on the market. Peak performance and a unique and unmistakable design are what your Lamborghini Huracan forged wheels will be. The LOMA MCS TrackSpec custom rims are coming in a super aggressive bold design that fits the character of your Huracan. Available with or without a floating cap, this white 2021 Lamborghini Huracan received a finish in Satin Beluga Black. This T6065 forged alloy wheel is available in 20, 21, and 22 Inches as monoblock and 2-piece or 3-piece forged wheel. Rotor wheels have the advantage that the cooling of the brakes works better than regular spokes because of the ventilation effect that sucks the hot air out of the rims.
By saying that, you should be aware that all LOMA wheels are always intended to use on a racetrack, and No, you will have no problem with the warranty because LOMA wheels are born on the racetrack. Beyond that, LOMA is known to offer rims only to expensive cars, and so the prestige factor is crystal clear when you pop up with your Lambo around the corner. It is not only to change custom wheel rims but match Lamborghini's high standard to match your factory Lamborghini wheels. Isn't it?
LOMA wheels were founded in Germany back in 2008 and tested on German racetracks all over the place. Beyond that, LOMA won several times the Nurburgring Nordschleife endurance races 4 years in a row. This success story is visible in every single detail of our rims and aerodynamic parts. We are not about just changing parts for the sake of changing. LOMA automotive parts are made for the Gentleman that recognizes this at first sight.
The idea behind the LOMA MCS TrackSpec was to create a superlight alloy wheel that is unique in its design and recognizable at first sight. It is a signature wheel for sure and available only for luxury and supercars. The floating cap simulates a center-lock design, as you know from the Lamborghini Performante but in its own unique design. A Lamborghini Huracan Black with black LOMA forged wheels in satin Beluga Black with Sirius Lime Green will look just mental.
Lets cover also Lamborghini 2022:
2022 Lamborghini Huracan Evo
Lamborghini Huracan STO
Lamborghini Huracan Performante
2022 Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Omologato
Lamborghini Huracan Black
Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder
No matter how affordable and badass the mid-engine Corvette is, it's still nowhere near as desirable or visceral as the 2021 Lamborghini Huracán. Although the Lambo's six-figure price tag makes it basically unobtainable to the vast majority of drivers, we can still drool over its dramatic design and drop our jaws when we learn about its impressive performance credentials. The latter is courtesy of its mid-mounted 602-hp naturally aspirated V-10, which makes genuinely inspiring sounds and helps both the coupe and convertible (a.k.a. Spyder) version feel like they are launched out of a cannon. Despite its designation as an exotic sports car and the ability to obliterate lap times at the local racetrack, the 2021 Huracán is civil enough to be driven every day. However, packing light is a necessity because storage space is at a premium.
What's New for 2021?
For 2021, the only changes to the Huracán are new exterior and interior color options. The paint palette adds Rosso Anteros, Blu Astraeus, and Blu Eleos. The interior color options have been expanded to include Giallo Belenus. We think the rear-drive Huracán Evo is the most intriguing model, especially with its significant discount and encouragement of tail-out antics. The sheer variety of paint options means the odds are better than few models will look the same, and we'd recommend the added presence that either of the optional 20-inch wheels provides. Inside, we'd go with the Carbon Skin package that makes the cabin look sportier, and we'd choose the more supportive sport seats. Finally, we'd select Life Style and Driver Pack that includes a helpful lifting system to help avoid front-end damage, smartphone integration, a cupholder, carbon-ceramic brakes, and adaptive dampers— among other things.
The Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Omologata (STO) is not a race car for the road. It's a race car you can drive on the road. Ideally, to a racetrack to get the most out of it. Essentially, the STO is a homologated version of the Huracan ST Evo used in Lamborghini's single-make Super Trofeo race series with some of the Huracan GT3 EVO thrown in for good measure. It's a toned-down race car that's legal for the road, but there's nothing subdued about it. Lamborghini's pitch-perfect 5.2-liter engine sits midship, making the same 630 horsepower (SAE) as the Performante. If you're disappointed by that figure, wind your neck in for a moment before you head for the comments because the STO is stripped down to the point it's rear-wheel-drive only, weighs 2,952 pounds dry, and hits 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. It's more comprehensive than the other Huracan models. The aerodynamics are topped off with an adjustable wing that delivers 926 pounds of downforce at 174 mph.