Road Legal
ZYRUS Strada LP1200

Norwegian independent automaker Zyrus Engineering has been hard at work perfecting its latest creation — the limited Zyrus Strada LP1200 — for a couple of years now, and the very first finished example will soon be ready for delivery in July.

The team from Zyrus has years of experience racing Lamborghini Huracáns, and that expertise has shaped the development of the LP1200, first with the track-focused LP1200 R and subsequently the road legal Strada LP1200. Based on the Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD, the Strada LP1200 has been reimagined with over 600 modified or replaced parts, and is described by the company as “the ultimate road car that can be driven like a race car”.

The body panels of the Strada LP1200 are fabricated in-house by Zyrus in carbon fibre, while other modifications include Öhlins TTX suspension, carbon ceramic disks, bespoke forged wheels, an inconel manifold, and a titanium exhaust system. The Strada LP1200 boasts a bespoke twin-turbo system, generating 900 hp in street mode and 1,200 hp in track mode. Weighing in at just 1,287 kg, the car is able to push 1,800 kg of downforce at 200 km/h.

Inside the car, air conditioning, entertainment, and navigation systems have all been retained for daily driving, while the leather and carbon seats are now kept company by a half roll cage. Race harnesses can also be added as an option.

Only nine examples of the Zyrus Strada LP1200 will be built, each costs €799,000 including the donor car. The owner can also get a complimentary track day experience so they can learn how to get the most out of this incredible machine.