Like the Audi, the Huracán also gains a pair of Garrett ball bearing turbos coupled with intercoolers, and the car has been built as a prototype of their stage one turbo system. It is virtually identical to the production version of AMS’s twin turbo package for the Huracán, and the system has been devised to be a bolt-on system. The AMS package can be shipped out to anyone in the Alpha dealer network and installation has been made straightforward enough.
«There is no hacking or cutting up the car», says Alpha’s VP and lead engineer, Arne Toman. «It has been designed to be safe for the stock engine and transmission, and the only driveline improvement is an upgraded clutch pack which we include in the package.»
With pump gas, the Huracán TT Alpha 10 has a Veyron-baiting 1,000 horsepower, with the fuel system «maxed out» according to Arne. The Stage 2 setup, which will include forged engine internals, will go for 1,500 hp, while the third stage package dishes out more than 2,000 horsepower according to AMS.
The prototype Huracán will run at the Gold Rush Rally next month, from Boston to Los Angeles. It should be a proper shakedown to prove the car’s reliability, which is one aspect AMS Performance has been going for.