Watch This Insane Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Huracan Set Half-Mile World Record of 250 MPH

Its engine is estimated at a truly ridiculous 2,500 horsepower.

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Austin Sorah via YouTube

Austin Sorah via YouTube

While we are thrilled by the stunning speed demonstrated by the Lamborghini Huracan Performante in setting a new Nurburgring lap record for street cars, the tuners at North Carolina’s Underground Racing were gunning for an even bigger number, hitting 250.27 mph to set a new half-mile world record. Watch it here:

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Underground Racing says their maxed-out performance upgrade rips out 2,200 horsepower at the rear wheels, suggesting that the engine’s actual power is potentially north of 2,500 horsepower. That’s just nuts 

Underground’s Huracan twin-turbo upgrade.

This otherworldly upgrade’s price is an “inquire within” sort of thing, but the next-highest power upgrade lists for $100,000. That’s on top of your purchase of the Lamborghini.

To withstand the relentless strain of 2,500+ horsepower, Underground machines custom engine blocks from a solid piece of aluminum.

The Underground team set the record at Stanly County Airport in New London, NC with the Huracan, but also hit 244 mph the same day with a similarly tuned version of the Huracan’s mechanical cousin, the Audi R8 V10.

The shop also offers twin-turbo upgrades for the Aventador, Gallardo, and Murcielago, plus Ferrari’s 458 and F430. Pick your poison.